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the first verse of 
the first chapter 
of a book whose 
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BEDFORD HIGH SCHOOL 




TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Dedication 4 

Faculty 7 

Seniors 21 

Superlatives 50 

Senior Activity Directory 61 

Sports 69 

Activities 95 

The Arts 107 

Underclassmen 137 



DEDICATION 



We, the class of 1970, gratefully 
dedicate our yearbook to our class 
advisor, Miss Veronica Flangheddy. 





"The Most manifest sign of wisdom is 
a continual cheerfulness: her state is 
like that of things in the regions above 
the moon, always clear and serene." 

—Montaigne, Essays 



To the Class of 1970: 

Many interesting problems will confront each of 
you in the next decade. The solutions to some of 
them will involve many extremely important 
decisions concerned with the preservation of man and 
an honorable way of life. Your demonstrated abilities 
during the recent past to be creative and innovative 
leave little doubt concerning your ability, alertness, 
and preparedness to meet with poise and conficence 
whatever the future may present. My faith in you and 
your potential capabilities is steadfast. 

Best wishes for happiness and success are 
extended to all members of the Class of 1970. 



John Glenn 

Superintendent of Schools 




To the Class of 1970: 

The years move on quickly and change is around 
us everywhere. We become part of that change 
through our involvement in the progress of events. 
You are part of that change. Continue to become 
involved in your school or work and in your com- 
munity. Progress will be made by those of you who 
continue to self-evaluate and to evaluate your sur- 
roundings. Best of luck in your future endeavors. 

Bernard Gollis 

Principal 



To the Class of 1970: 

You have achieved in a world characterized by 
achievements, and accomplished in an era of spec- 
tacular accomplishments. However, the challenge of 
your generation may well be to be wise among the 
intelligent and to demonstrate a sense of direction 
in a world desperate for both. 
Best of luck to each of you. 

C. J. Melanson, Jr. 

Assistant Principal 






MRS. DERBY 

Science 



MR. DESILETS 

English 



MR. DiPIETRO 

Industrial Arts /Chairman 



MR. DOHERTY 

Industrial Arts 




MR. DONOVAN 

Social Studies 




MRS. DONOVAN 

English 



MRS. DRUMMOND 

Mathematics 




MR. FERRY 

Business/ Chairman 



MRS. FITCH 

Superintendent's Office 




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MISS FLANGHEDDY 

Mathematics / Chairman 




MRS. FOWLER 

Science 



MRS. FRENIER 

Social Studies 




MISS GFROERER 

Physical Education 





MR. GREENWAY 

Guidance 



MRS. GRIFFIN 

Guidance 




MRS. GOLLEY 

Mathematics 




MRS. GOODMAN 

Guidance 




MR. HALL 

Mathematics 






MR. HERLIHY 

Social Studies 



MR. HIGGINS 

English 



MR. HOULE 

Mathematics 



MR. INGLIS 

Language 




MRS. JOHNSON 

Physical Education 



MR. JUDGE 

English 




MISS KELLIHER 

Science 



MRS. KINNEY 

English 



MRS. KEOUGH 

Main Office 




MISS McGOWAN MRS. McHARG MISS McLAUGHLIN MR. McLELLAN 

Mathematics Mathematics Home Economics /Chairman Business 




MR. McMANUS 

Physical Education /Chairman 



MR. MELANSON 

Industrial Arts 






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MISS MINTZ 

Language 



MR. MIETZNER 

Art 



MRS. MILLER 

Superintendent 's Office 






MRS. THOMPSON 

Language 




MR. TOLAND 




MISS VAUGHAN 

Home Economics 



MRS. WALLINS 

Social Studies 



MISS WORRELL 

Language 



MR. XENELIS 





MR. ADAMS - Physical Education 

MRS. ANDREOTTI - Nurse's Office 

MRS. BEAUMONT - Guidance Office 

MRS. CONLIN - Reading 

MISS CONNORS - Mathematics 

MISS GARDELLA - Family Living Office 

MISS GEERKEN - Language 

MR. HEALEY - Social Studies 

MISS HOGAN - Reading Specialist 

MRS. JOHNSON - Nurse's Office 

MRS. KAHN - Family Living/Director 

MR. LA VOIE - Industrial Arts 

MRS. LAWLESS - Guidance Office 

MRS. LENT - Nurse 

MRS. LORD - Nurse's Office 

MRS. MALONEY - Business 

MISS MALTI — Special Education Instructor 

MR. MORGAN - Guidance/Director 

MISS PLOURDE - Nurse 

MR. SMITH - Science 




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DOROTHY ALLISON 

77><? creei 0/ the true saint 
is to make the best of life 
and make the most of it. 



PAUL T. ARMS 

Tomorrow is the first day 
of the rest of your life. 



ROBERT H. ATWOOD 



JENNIFER BAKER 

// you have built castles 
in the air, your work need 

not be lost; 
that is where they should 
be. 

Now put the foundations 
under them. 






RICHARD BARKER 

Lead me to the rock that 
is higher than I. 



DONALD BARNES 



JUDITH I. BEECY 

The only safe and sure 
way to destroy an enemy 
is to make him your 
friend. 





DIANE J. BIGGIO 

We all cry and laugh but 
never at the same time or 
for the same reason. 




SANDRA BLAKE 

7 may do foolish things, 
but I do them with 
enthusiasm. 



JOHN J. BRADLEY 



SANDRA L. BRADY 

Come on, people, now 
Smile on your brother. 
Everybody get together. 
Try to love one another. 



J. DAVID BROCK 

Remember now thy 
Creator in the days of 
thy youth. 




WILLIAM BROWN 

Humor is odd, 

grotesque, and wild 
Only by affection spoiled; 
'Tis never by invention 

got; 

Men have it when they 
know it not. 



DIANE E. BRYAN 

With all its sham, 
drudgery, and broken 
dreams, it's still a 
beautiful world. 



RICHARD BUNTON 

That's life. 



DANIEL P. 
CALLAHAN 




GEORGE T. CARLSON 



WILLIAM CASHIN 

/ never let work interfere 
with play. 



JOHN CASSIL 

A successful man is one 
who can lay a firm 
foundation with the bricks 
that others throw at him. 



ROBERT H. CLARK 




WILLIAM EARL 
CLIFT 

There are two tragedies 
in life. One is not to get 

your heart's desire . . . 

the other is to get it. 



MARIE-ELAINE 
CLOUTIER 

Happy did we meet, 
Happy have we been, 
Happy do we part, 
And happy we will meet 
again. 



KATHY ANN 
COLOMBO 

He drew a circle that shut 

me out, 
Heretic, rebel a thing of 

flout. 

But love and I have the 

wit to win 
We drew a circle that let 

him in. 



LINDA COMLEY 

By the grace of God 
I am what I am. 





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MARCIA CONNER 

// we begin with 
certainties, we shall end 
in doubts; 
but if we begin with 
doubts, and are patient 
in them, we shall end in 
certainties. 




BRUCE PHILLIP 
CONWAY 



GEORGE REID 
COOPER 

Wondering about me — 
Of what I will be 
Thinking about astronomy. 
I may never climb high 
But before I die — 
I will have studied the sky. 



GLENN COOPER 

Where it is a duty to 

worship the sun, 
it is pretty sure to be a 
crime to examine the 
laws of heat. 




MICHAEL F. COSMAN 



CHERYL-ANNE 
DA VIES 

Look back at our struggle 

for freedom. 
Trace our present day's 

strength to its source; 
And you find that man's 

pathway to glory 
Is strewn with the bones 

of a horse. 



ANNE LOUISE DAVIS 

Our moulting season, 
like that of the fowl, 
must be a crisis in our 
lives. 



THOMAS DEE 

The trouble with our age 
is all sign post and no 
destination. 





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BRENDA DELOZIER 

Colors are life's way 
and I am free to paint 
today. 



DIANNE ELLEN 
DEMPSEY 

Mas vale tarde que nunca. 



OSCAR STANTON 
DePRIEST IV 

Nothing succeeds like 
success. 



JANET GRACE 
DERDIARIAN 

For what does it profit a 
man, to gain the whole 
world and forfeit his own 
soul? 

For what can a man give 
in return for his soul? 




LINDA DICK 

An ounce of laughter. 




SANDRA J. 
DOHERTY 



STEVEN M. 
DONOHUE 



JOYCE E. DONOVAN 

The man who can fight to 
Heaven's own height 
Is the man who can fight 
When he's losing. 




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VICKI ANNE 
DOWNING 

When you walk through a 
storm, keep your head up 
high and don't be afraid 
of the dark. 



MICHAEL DUBBURY 

Per ardua ad astra. 
Through hardship to the 
stars. 



ROSE ANNA DUFFIN 



SEAN DUFFY 

Still waters run deep. 




PAUL R. ELLIS JR. 

Good sense and good 
nature are never separated. 



HOWARD A. 
EMERSON 

Whatever is worth doing 
at all is worth doing well. 



RICKEY EMERY 

Many receive advice, 
few profit by it. 



H. DOUGLAS 
ERDMAN 

Give peace a chance. 




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JOAN ERICSON 

Great thoughts like great 
deeds, need no trumpet. 






CHERI EVERAGE 

Confidence does more to 
make conversation than 
wit. 



RICHARD FAHRNEY 

You get out of life what 
you put into it. 



DEBORAH 
FAIRBANKS 




GARY FIELDS 

As innocent as a newly 
laid egg. 



ELENA LOUISE 
FILIOS 

No man is an island entire 
of itself; 
any man's death 
diminishes me, 
for I am involved in 
mankind. 



DAVID FITCH 



VAL FLINDERS 

As happy a man as any 
in the world. 



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RICHARD J. 
GALLANT 

Satisfaction is perfection. 



SUSAN GAYLORD 

It's much easier to be 
critical than to be correct. 



KATHERINE F. 
GEARY 

Where there is an open 
mind there will always 
be a new frontier. 



JOHN WILLIAM 
GERDES, JR. 

Give me a firm place to 
stand, 

and I will move the earth. 




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JOYCE E. HALL 




ELIZABETH 
HAMMOND 

Whether I'm the rose of 

sheer perfection, 
A freckle on the nose of 

life's complexion, 
Or a shiny apple of its 

eye — 
I've gotta fly once, 

I've gotta try. 



ALAN HANSEN 

Peace, Time, Eternity . 
Love. 



ROBERT L. 
HARRISON 




MAUREEN E. HEALY 



JUDITH HARTWELL 

To earn the heart of 
someone is worth more 
than money. 



MARILYN M. HATCH 

A good heart is worth 
gold. 



STEVEN M. HATCH 

We are all in the gutter, 
But some of us are looking 
At the stars. 



If one advances 
confidently in the 
direction of his dreams, 
and endeavors to live the 

life which he has 
imagined, he will meet 
with success. 




LOURDES A. 
HENEBRY 

/ sought my soul; but my 
soul could not see, 

I sought my God; but my 
God eluded me, 

I sought my Brother and 
found all three. 




MAURINE R. HILL 

You have to believe in 
happiness or happiness 
never comes. 



MICHAEL W. HOOTS 

Keep your cool; 
let the other guy play 
the fool. 



CHRISTINE A. 
HULBERT 

sweet spring is your time 

is my time is our time 
for springtime is lovetime 
and viva sweet love. 




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DOMENIC M. IOVINO 



WILLIAM W. 
JACQUES 

he sang his didn't, 
he danced his did. 



MARCIA JEFFERSON 

One who's been fine when 
life seemed rotten, 

One whose ideals you have 
not forgotten, 

One who has given you 
more than he's gotten, 

That's what I call a friend. 



MICHAEL JOHNSON 
NO 





WAYNE P. JOHNSON 



LEE JOSLIN 



ROBERT M. KAKNES 



DEBRA COLLEEN 
KAPLAN 

There are no uninteresting 

things, 
only uninterested people. 




PAULA KEAN 

The soul unfolds itself, 
like a lotus of countless 
petals. 



DIANE E. KELLY 

Not ignorance, 
but the ignorance of 
ignorance is the death of 
knowledge. 



STEPHEN KEMPTON 

Yes Lois, I really am 
Superman. 



LINDA KENDRICK 

The best and most 
beautiful things in the 
■world cannot be seen 
nor touched but are felt 
in the heart. 





E. CRISPIN KINNEY 

You hold the key to 
love and fear all in your 
trembling hands. 



JOHN A. KLEBER 



STEVEN G. KOON 



JAMES CRAIG 
KVAMME 

Cursed be the man that 
trusteth in man 




DEBRA LaCOMBE 

What is essential is 
invisible to the eye. 



VICKIE LaCOMBE 

Not what we gain 
But what we give 
Measures the worth 
Of the Lives we live. 



Make each day a 
memorable one; fill it 
with love, friendship, and 
happiness, for once a day 
is gone; 
it is impossible to 
retrieve it. 



MARIE LAUGHLIN 



Optimist — a proponent 
of the doctrine that 
black is white. 





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CHRISTOPHER M. 
LEARY 



JAMES LeMAY 

The young may die, 
but the old must. 



MORGAN LEWIS 

If it were meant to be, 
it will; 
so let life take its course. 



MARIA E. LICCIARD1 




KRISTIN M. 
LINSTROM 



RICHARD T. LITTLE 



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CHARLES LOSCOCCO 

Time has come today. 



SUSAN MacARTHUR 

She finds the joys of 
heaven here on earth. 




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KAREN 
MacCORMACK 

For all it's reality, 
my life is still a fantasy. 



CHRISTINE MacRAE 
MacLEOD 

Give me -my freedom 
for as long as I be, 

All I ask of livin' 

is to have no chains on 



PAMELA MACKO 

// matters not how long 
we live, but how. 



CARL MAIER 

But my words like silent 
rain drops fell, and 
echoed in the wells of 
silence. 




BONNIE MAJOR 

She who trifles with all is 



less likely to fall, 
Than she who but 
with one. 



trifles 



JEANNETTE MANN 

And if thou wouldst be 
happy, learn to please. 



GLENN W. MARTIN 



DELILAH VICTORIA 
MASTERS 

The important thing is to 
keep the road open that 
goes to your heart. 
If you keep it open, 
the direction will come. 





HELEN MATERNA 



JOHN J. McGOVERN 

Good fortune knocks once 
at every door. 



DANIEL McGRATH 

For what shall it profit a 
man if he gain the whole 
world and lose his own 
soul? 



DAVID J. McGRATH 




EILEEN MARIE 
McKENNA 

There are two ways of 

spreading light: 
to be the candle or the 
mirror that reflects it. 



PAULINE McKENNA 

A pinch of probably is 
worth a pound of perhaps. 



THERESA A. McKIE 

We do not remember 
days; 

we remember moments. 



SHEILA McQUAID 

Nothing great was ever 
achieved without 
enthusiasm. 







KENNETH E. MEAD 

An ignorant man becomes 
angry, 

A wise man understands. 



VIRGINIA MILLER 



ANN MILLIRON 



CATHERINE R. 
MINASSIAN 

The road to wisdom? — 
Well, it's plain and simple 
to express: 
Err 

and err 
and err again 
but less 
and less 
and less. 




SCOTT 
MONTPLAISIR 



GLENNA MOORE 

Beware, I may yet do 
something sensational. 



STEPHEN MUDGETT 

How can I study if a 

hundred flies 
Each moment blunder into 

both my eyes? 



CYNTHIA NEAL 

Wrinkles should merely 
indicate where smiles 
have been. 




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JUDITH PALUMBO 



ROBERT PATE 

He is not laughed at 
that laughs at himself first. 



ELIZABETH PAYNE 

The thing that goes the 

farthest 
Towards making life 

worthwhile, 
That costs the least and 

does the most 
Is just a pleasant smile. 



LYNNE PHELPS 

Oh, Poo! 




JAY PORTER 

Laugh at yourself first, 
before anybody else can. 



ALICE CYNTHIA 
POTTER 

The mill cannot grind 
with water that's past. 



MARILYN C. 
PROUDFOOT 

Love adds a precious 
seeing to the eye. 



SUSAN PURDY 

And sometimes I'm so 
nameless that I hardly 
know what games to play 
or what words to say. 




HEDY REITZ 

Reden ist Silver 
und 

Schweigen ist Gold 



ALAN D. REYNOLDS 

No man is happy unless 
he believes he is. 



JAMES M. RHINE 



JAMES F. RIESSLE 




PATRICIA RIVET 

The thing that goes the 

farthest 
Towards making life 

worthwhile, 
That costs the least and 

does the most 
Is just a pleasant smile. 



KAREN ROBINSON 

I'm on my way, 
How long has it been 
Since I've been somewhere 
Somewhere that means 
Something to me. 
I'm on my way. 



PAMELA A. ROMANO 

Imperfect past makes 
future tense. 



DOUGLAS ROOME 

Life is a game in which 
only the strong will score. 






DAVID ROSSI 

For all it's worth. . 



NANCY ROY 

He who walks softly goes 
quickly, and also far. 



CAROL RUETNIK 

Whoever lives true life, 
will love true love. 



ANDREA CHRISTINE 
SACCO 

Mama may have, and 

Papa may have, 
but God bless the child 
that can stand up and say, 
"I've got my own." 





WILLIAM J. SACCO 



DALE SANFORD 

Have hope and faith, 
for all will come out right. 



LAWRENCE 
SANTAPAUL 



RONALD F. 
SATKIEWICZ 

Live and Learn 





GRETCHEN SCHAFER 

The most I can do for my 
friend is simply to be his 
friend. 




SUSAN SCHNITGER 

Of all the diversions of 
life, there is none so 
proper to fill up its empty 
spaces as the reading of 
useful and entertaining 
authors. 



FREDERICK 
SCHUSTER 



BRUCE SEAL 

The challenge is not to 
be better than the next 
man, but to better one's 
own previous 
achievements. 




CAROLYN J. SELBY 

To look up and not down, 
To look forward and not 
back, 

To look out and not in, 
And to lend a hand. 



MICHAEL SHANNON 

There is a way. 



ANN 
SHAUGHNESSEY 

Only he who attempts the 
ridiculous can achieve the 
impossible. 



SUSAN SHAW 

It's the little things in life 
that make one happy. 



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JANE SINNAMON 



JEAN EILENE 
SINNAMON 

Love's a thing that's never 
out of season. 



LYNN SISSONS 



CAROLYN SMITH 

Let us overcome the angry 

man with gentleness, 
The evil man with 

goodness, 
The miser with generosity, 
The liar with truth. 




JANET SMITH GAIL SPENCER ROBERT STEPHENS MARCIA STERNBERG 

When one finds true love, Simply what I am shall Hold the fort! My parts, my title, and my 

she is at last a whole make me live. I am coming. perfect soul 

person. Shall manifest me rightly. 




MICHAEL STEVES 

/ am a feather for every 

wind that blows. MELDON J. STUBBS TIMOTHY SULLIVAN GERALD F. SUTKUS 






If you don't understand it, 
Fake it. 



NANCY 
TALKINGTON 

To dream the possible 
dream. 



THOMAS TANNER 

Don't worry about what 
other people think of you, 
do what you like. 



DAVID TATOSIAN 

A troubled peace is better 
than a convenient war. 



KATHLEEN TATTEN 



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SALLY J. TAYLOR 

// / repent of anything, 

it is very likely to 
be my good behavior. 



MATTHEW TIBOLT 



GEORGE TORIGIAN 






THEODORE 
TREMBLAY III 

Out upon it! I have loved 
three whole days together; 
And am like to love three 
more, 

if it prove fair weather. 



RICHARD TRIFIRO 

Life is a chess game 
where one is always 
in check. 



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GEORGE 
TROUTMAN 

The moral of my creation: 
Don't strain so for 
inspiration. 



NITAYA 
TUMSAROCH 




JOYCE L. VALATKA 

Remember yesterday; 

Learn from it, 

But don't live in it. 



PAULA M. VERRIER 

Don't give up though the 
pace seems slow — 

You may succeed with 
another blow. 



PAUL WANT A 

Find yourself before 
you try to find others. 



MARCIA WESTON 

Life which is unexamined 
is not worth living. 




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PICTURELESS 

KARL ADLER 
DONALD ANDERSON 
LAURA AZZARO 
JONATHAN BLAISDELL 
DIANE BOWMAN 
TIMOTHY BURNS 



MARINA ECCLESTON 
JOHN GALBRAITH 
DELOS JENSEN 
WALTER LUBY 
LAURIE MRAZ 
PHILIP THORNTON 
ROBERT URQUHART 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 




Oscar DePriest, President; Doug Erdman, Vice-President; Jennifer Baker, Secretary; Jeannette Mann, Treasurer. 



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Junior Prom Princess 
Maurine Hill 

Bonnie Major Carolyn Winkler 

Audrey Gold Nancy Roy 51 



SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




DONE THE MOST FOR THE SCHOOL 

Oscar DePriest and Jeannette Mann 





CLASS COUPLE 
Ray Goolishian and Maria Licciardi 




MOST ARTISTIC 
Ted Tremblay and Sandi Brady 



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DOROTHY ALLISON: French Club 2; Chemistry Club 3; 
Mixed Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Ensemble 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; TARS 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Senior Prom 4. 

PAUL T. ARMS: Chess Club, Folk Club. 

JENNIFER BAKER: Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class 
Secretary, National Latin Honor Society, Thespians 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 4; Tournament of Plays 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Discussion 
Club 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Dramatics 2, 3, 4; Junior Dance 
Committee, Senior Dance Committee, Gymnastics 4; Ski Team 
2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RICHARD BARKER: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 
4; Audio-Visual, Human Relations. 

JUDITH I. BEECY: Drama 1; Basketball (J.V) 1; Basketball 
(Varsity) 2, 3, 4; TARS 3; FTA 1; Junior Prom Committee, 
Senior Prom Committee, Majorette 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society Secretary 4; Junior Dance Committee 3; Ensemble 1, 
2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Leader's Club 3; Gymnastics Club 4. 

DIANE J. BIGGIO: Drama Club 1; Ski Club 1, 3, 4; Pep Club 
3; History Club 2; Discussion Club 3; Yearbook Art Staff 4; 
Citizenship Committee 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 

SANDRA BLAKE: Drama Club 2; Discussion Club 3; Pep 
Club 4; Pep Squad 4. 

SANDRA L. BRADY: Majorette 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Drama 
Club 1; French Club 2; Discussion Club 3; Yearbook 4; Girl's 
Ensemble 1, 2; Mixed Ensemble 1, 2; Senior Prom Committee. 



JOHN CASSIL: Choir 1, Outstanding Student Award- World 
Cultures 1; Outstanding Student Award— Algebra I 1; Choir 2; 
Outstanding Student Award— German 2; German Club Vice 
President 3; J. V. Baseball 3; Ski Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Vice President 4; Bedford Young Americans For 
Freedom 3, 4; President 4. 

WILLIAM EARL CLIFT: Foreign Language Club Vice 
President 1; National Junior Beta Club 1; Newspaper Feature 
Editor 1; National Senior Beta Club 2; Math League 3, 4; 
Monitor 4; Missile Co-Business Editor 4; TARS 3; Student 
Advisory Committee 4. 

MARIE-ELAINE CLOUTIER: FTA 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2, 3; 
Yearbook 4; Prom 4; Miss Bedford 1969-1970. 

KATHY ANN COLOMBO: Band 1, 2; Art Club 1, 2, 3; 
Yearbook 4; European Field Trip 3; Tournament of Plays 3; 
Red Cross Volunteer 2, 4; Handicap Swim 4; Emerson 
Hospital Volunteer 2. 

LINDA COMLEY: Basketball 1; Tennis 1; Basketball 2; Field 
Hockey 3; Tennis 3; Citizenship Committe 3; History Club 3; 
European Field Trip 3; Basketball 4; Tennis 4; Sewing Club 4; 
Ski Club 4. 

MARCIA CONNER: Citizenship Committee 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Big Brother, Big Sister Project 3, 4; Debate Club 1; 
Windjammer 2; Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Softball 4. 



DAVID BROCK: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Madrigal 
3, 4; Oklahoma, Carousel, N. E. District Orchestra 3, 4; 
All-State 3; Math League 1; Inter-Scholastic League Solo and 
Ensemble Contest (Lanier High School, Austin, Texas). 



WILLIAM BROWN: Maintenance Club 1, 2; Chefs Club 3; 
Student Advisory Committee 3, 4. 

DIANE E. BRYAN: French Club 1; Art Club 2, 3; Yearbook 
4; Girl's and Mixed Ensemble 1; Choir 2, 3; Musical 2, 3; 
Honor Society. 



RICHARD BUNTON: Electronics Club, Graphics Club. 



WILLIAM CASHIN: Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Spanish 
Club, Maintenance Club 1, 2. 




BRUCE PHILLIP CONWAY: Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 
1; Football 2, 3; Basketball 2; Baseball 2, 3; Football 4. 

GEORGE REID COOPER: Soccer Team 1; Chess Club 1; 
Science Club 1; Astronomy Club 2; Science Club 3; Chess Club 
3; History Club 3; Physics Club 4. 

GLENN COOPER: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Bedford 
Summer Theatre Drama Club 2; Math League 1, 3, 4; NEDT 
Certificate of Merit 2; Student Advisory Committee 4; 
Handicapped Swimming Program 2, 4; German Club 3, 4. 

CHERYL- ANNE DAVIES: Office 1, 2; History Club 3: 
Yearbook 4. 

ANNE LOUISE DAVIS: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderhorn 2; 
Assistant Editor 2; Math League 3, 4; TARS 4. 

THOMAS DEE: J.V. Baseball, Varsity Soccer, Chefs Club 2, 
3. 

BRENDA DELOZIER: Jr. Red Cross Club 1; Pep Squad 1; 
Ensembles 1, 2; Debating Club, Chairman 2; Ski Club 3; 
Sewing 3; Yearbook Staff 4. 

DIANNE ELLEN DEMPSEY: Art Club 1, 2, 3; Yearbook Art 
Staff 4. 



OSCAR STANTON DEPRIEST IV: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Track 4; Class President 1, 4; 
Student Council 2, 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Discussion Club 
3; Audio Visual Aids 1; P. E. Club 4. 

JANET GRACE DERDIARIAN: F.T.A. 1; TARS 2, 3, 4; 
Powderhorn 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Honor Society 4; 
Monitor 4. 

LINDA DICK: F.T.A. 1, 2. 

JOYCE E. DONOVAN: Citizenship Committee 1; Freshman 
Cheerleading 1; F.T.A. 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 
3, 4; Leaders Gym Club 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Ensembles 4; 
TARS 4; Gymnastics 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 

VICKI ANNE DOWNING: Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 1, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; German Club 2; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Majoretts 4; 
FTA 2; Operetta 4. 

MICHAEL DUBBURY: Debating Club 1; Chemistry Club 1; 
Physics Club 2; Winter Track 1. 

PAUL R. ELLIS, JR.: Maintenance Club 1, 2, 3. 

HOWARD A. EMERSON: Audio- Visual Aids 1; Pep Band 2, 3; 
Brass Choir 3; Concert Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 3, 4. 

RICKEY EMERY: Rifle Team 1; Photo Club 1; Graphics Club 
2, 3. 

H. DOUGLAS ERDMAN: Football 1; Band 1, 2; Audio-Visual 
Club 1; Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Graphics Club 2; Vice-president 
Senior Class, Student Council 4; Rock Poetry 4; Monitor 4. 

JOAN ERICSON: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 4; 
Chemistry Club 3; JV Basketball 3; Varsity 2, 3, 4. 

CHERI EVERAGE: Pep Club 2, 3; Speech Arts 2, 3; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; Art Club 4; Scalette Staff 3; 
Trident Staff 3; Plays; "The Lark", "Camelot", "Alice in 
Wonderland", "Music Man", and "You Can't Take It With 
You", (transferred from West Lafayette High School) 

RICK FAHRNEY: Football 1, 2, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2; Wrestling 1; Track 1; School Paper Editor 1. 



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GARY FIELDS: Cross-Country 1; Track 1; Ski Team 2; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Boy's State, Biology Club 2; Vice-President Ski 
Club 3. 

ELENA LOUISE FILIOS: FTA 1; French Club 2; Prom 3, 4; 
N.H.S. 3, 4; Monitor 4; Yearbook 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DAVID FITCH: Monitor 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Graphics Club 
2; Photography 1; Maintenance 4. 

VAL FLINDERS: Pit Band, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, 
Stage Band, Brass Choir, Spanish Club, Tennis Team, Student 
Council. 

PAUL FLYNN: Football 1, 2; Winter Track 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; 
Spanish Club 1; Chess Club 4. 

PHILIP S. FOGG, III: Art Club 1, 2; Rifle Club 2, 4; Rifle 
Team 3, 4; Tennis Club 2; Model Club 1; Yearbook Staff 4. 

GORDAN J. FORSYTHE: Spring Track 2, 3, 4; German Club 
2; Winter Track 3, 4; Conservation Club 3; Senior Social Club 
4. 

RICHARD J. GALLANT: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; 
Gym Club 3; Winter Track 4. 

SUSAN GAYLORD: Home Economics 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 
4; Yearbook 4. 

KATHERINE F. GEARY: Drama Club 1, 2; FTA 1; 
Discussion Club 3; Vista Volunteer 3. 

JOHN WILLIAM GERDES, JR.: Chess Club 1, 2, 3; 
Audio-visual Club 4; Physics Club 4; Woodworking Club 1; 
Radio Club 2, 3; Rifle Club 1, 2, 3; Film Club 2, 3; Math 
League 4; Tennis/Badminton 3; Swim Team 2; Bowling 3; 
Science Fiction/Fantasy Club 3; Chatsworth Scholarship 
Federation 2, 3, 4; Biology Laboratory Assistant 2, 3; 
Chemistry Laboratory Assistant 3. 

CRAIG GILMORE: J.V. Basketball 2, 3; J.V. Baseball 2; 
Conservation Club 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Wind Ensemble 2, 3, 4. 

AUDREY GOLD: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; History 
Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Bucaneer 3, 4. 

DONALD GRASSI: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1; P.E. Club 3, 4; Art Club 1; Biology Club 2; Choir 
4; Mixed Ensemble 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Powderhorn 1, 2, 3; 
Yearbook Staff 4; Monitor 4. 



GAYLA GRIMM: Drama Club 1; German Club 2, 3; Writing 1; 
Folk Club 1. 

DEAN M. GROVES: Concert Band 1, 2; Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 
3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3: 
Choir 3, 4; Instrumental Ensemble 3, 4; Powderhorn Staff 1, 
2, 3. 

ANTHONY HALE: Pit Orchestra 3; Art Club 3. 

ELIZABETH HAMMOND: French Club 1, 2; Ensembles 2; 
Pep Club 3; Discussion Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Homeroom 
Representative 3; Jr. Prom 3; Yearbook Staff 4. 

JUDITH HARTWELL: F.T.A., Sewing. 

MARILYN M. HATCH: Spanish Club 2. 3; (President), 
Yearbook Business Editor 4; Spanish Honor Society 4. 

STEVEN M. HATCH: Baseball 1; Football 1, 2; Soccer 4; 
Spanish Club 1, 2. 

MAUREEN E. HEALY: French Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 3: 
(Vice-President), Ski Club 4; Softball 2, 3; Basketball 3. 

LOURDES A. HENEBRY: F.T.A. 1, 2; Ski Club 1, 3; 
V.I.S.T.A. 2, 3; Prom 3, 4; Pep Club 1 (Secretary), 2; 
Buccaneer 4; Citizenship Committee 4. 




MAURINE R. HILL: French Club 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Citizenship Committee 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Student Cluncil, 
Corresponding Secretary 4; Class Treasurer 3; Art Club 2; 
Sewing Club 3; Short story Contest, Third Place 2; Prom 3; 
Prom Queen 3. 

MICHAEL W. HOOTS: Monitor 4; Art Club 2, 3; Graphics 
Club 4; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Varsity Spring Track 3, 4: 
Varsity Winter Track 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 4. 

CHRISTINE A. HULBERT: Girls Ensemble 2, 3; Mixed 
Ensemble 2, 3; Yearbook 4; Red Cross Volunteer 2; F.T.A. 1; 
French Club 2; Discussion Club 4; Prom 3, 4; Thespians 3, 4; 
Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Wind and 
Percussion Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM W. JACQUES: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4: 
Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 2, 3, 4; Monitor 4. 

MARCIA JEFFERSON: J.V. Field Hockey 2. 

MICHAEL JOHNSON: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. 

DEBRA KAPLAN: Math League, Powderhorn 3, 4; (Editor). 

PAULA KEAN: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; 
Citizenship Committee 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom 3, 4; 
Thespians 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2; Monitor 4. 




DIANE E. KELLY: Russian Club 3; Girls Ensemble 3; Mixed 
Ensemble 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Prom 3, 4; Science Research 1; 
European Field Trip 3. 

STEPHEN KEMPTON: Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer 4. 

LINDA KENDRICK: Cheerleading 1, 2; Drama 1, 2; 
Homeroom President 1; Student Council, Treasurer 2; Music 
Club 2; Transfer 2; Pepclub 3; Pantherette of the Month 3; 
Transfer 3; Big Sister 4. 

CRIS KINNEY: Football 1; Audio-visual Club 1; Graphics 
Club 2; Folk Club 3; Choir 1, 4. 

JAMES CRAIG KVAMME: Football 1, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
Baseball 2, 3; Discussion Club 3; Ski Club 3; German Club 2; 
Prom 3, 4. 

DEBRA LACOMBE: F.T.A. 1; French Club 2; Russian Club, 
Vice-President 3; Big Sister 4. 

VICKIE LACOMBE: F.T.A. 1; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 

1. 

TERRI LA FLAMME: Drama Club, F.T.A., Prom 4. 

MARIE LAUGHLIN: Citizenship Committee, Secretary 4; 
Yearbook 4. 

CHRISTOPHER M. LEARY: Concert Band 1, 2. 3; Wind and 
Percussion Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; 
Electronics Club 3; Pep Band 4; Amateur Radio. 

JAMES LE MAY: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club 1: Prom 3; P.E. Club 1, 4; 
History Club 2; Mixed Ensemble 4; Boys Ensemble 4; 
Discussion Club 3; Ski Club 4. 

MORGAN LEWIS: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 3, 4; 
Instrumental Ensemble 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Boys Ensemble 1, 
2, 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming Instructor 1, 2; 
Football Trainer 1. 

CHARLES LOSCOCCO: Powderhorn 1, 2. 

SUSAN MAC ARTHUR: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 (President); Monitor 
4. 

KAREN MACCORMACK: Drama Club 1; Spanish Club 2; 
Sewing Club 3; Art Club 4. 



PAMELA MACKO: Campus Fellowship 1; Discussion Club 3; 
Prom 3; Yearbook 4; Ski Club 4. 

CHRISTINE MAC RAE MAC LEOD: Drama 1; Pep Club 1, 3, 
4; Human Relations 3; F.T.A. 2; Basketball 4. 

CARL MAIER: Concert Band 1, 2, 3; Marching Band 1, 2, 3; 
German Club 1 (Treasurer), 3 (President); Drama Club 2; 
Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4 (Vice-president). 

BONNIE MAJOR: Student Council 2, 3; Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Double Sextette 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 1; 
Discussion Club 3; Piano Club 2; Ski Club 3; Madrigal 4. 

JEANETTE MANN: Thespians 1; Secretary 2, 3; President 4 
French Club 1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Double Sextette 2, 3, 4 
Madrigal 4; Pep Club 2; Discussion Club 3; Student Council 3 
Liberty Council 3; Girls State 3; Class Treasurer 4; Yearbook 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Monitor 4. 

DELILAH VICTORIA MASTERS: Photo Club 1; Debate Club 
2; Ski Club 3; Sewing 3; Yearbook 4. 




JOHN J. MC GOVERN: Maintenance Club 1; Chef's Club 2; 
Discussion Club 3. 

DANIEL "PUDGE" MC GRATH: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 
4; Class President 3; Ski Club 3, 4; History Club 2; Discussion 
Club 3; Student Advisory Committee 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Mixed 
Ensemble 3, 4; Boys Ensemble 3, 4; Operetta 3, 4; Monitor 4. 

DAVID MC GRATH: Audio-visual Aids 1; Track 2; Graphics 
Club 2, 3 4. 

EILEEN MARIE MC KENNA: French Club 1; Spanish Club 3; 
Math League 3, 4; Yearbook 4; National Honor Society 3, 4. 

PAULINE MC KENNA: Class Representative 1, 2, 3; Varsity 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4. 

THERESA A. MC KIE: Drama Club 1; F.T.A. 2; Discussion 
Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Prom 3; Yearbook 4. 

SHEILA MC QUAID: Drama Club 1; F.T.A. 2; Discussion 
Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4; V.I.S.T.A. 3; Prom 3, 4; Buccaneer 4. 

KEN MEADE: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Monitor 
4. 

CATHERINE R. MINASSIAN: French Club 1, 2 (Secretary); 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Ensemble 4; Yearbook 4; 
N.M.S.Q.T. Letter of Commendation 4. 



GLENNA MOORE: F.T.A. 1. 

STEPHEN MUDGETT: Audio-visual Club 1 ; Football Manager 
2; Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 
3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4. 

CINDY NEAL: Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Art Club 1, 4; 
Discussion Club 3; Prom 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 
(Treasurer). 

BARBARA NOLAN: Drama 1; F.T.A. 2; Ski Club 3; 
Discussion Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4; V.I.S.T.A. 3; Prom 3, 4. 

VIRGINIA E. O'NEIL: Drama Club 1; French Club 2; 
Discussion Club 3; Yearbook 4; Mixed Ensembly 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Girls Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Student 
Advisory Committee 4; Gymnastics Club 4. 

WILLIAM D. O'NEIL: Football 1, 2, 4; Cross Country 3; 
Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 
3, 4; Math League 2, 3. 

ANNE PAGE: Spanish Club 1, 2 (Secretary), 3, 4 (President); 
Spanish Honor Society. 

EDDIE PALLOTTA: Ski Club 3, 4; Pep Club 4; Latin Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Football 1. 



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ROBERT PATE: Cooking 1; P.E. Club 3. 

BETSY PAYNE: Cheerleading 4; Class Secretary 1, 2; Prom 3, 
4; Mixed Ensemble 3, 4; Girls Ensemble 3, 4; Yearbook 4; 
Marching Band 1, 2, 3; Wind and Percussion Ensemble 1, 2, 3; 
Discussion Club 3; French Club 2 (Vice-president); Red Cross 
Volunteer 2; F.T.A. 1. 

LYNNE PHELPS: Class Secretary 1; Pep Club 1; Drama Club 
2; Senator 2; Transfer 2; Girl's Leadership Club 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4 (President); Choir 4; Double Sextet 4; Red 
Cross Volunteer 4; Gym Team 4. 

JAY PORTER: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 3; P.E. Club 4; Boys Ensemble 4; 
Mixed Ensemble 4. 

ALICE CYNTHIA POTTER: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 
1; Basketball 3; Prom 3, 4. 

MARILYN C. PROUDFOOT: Girls Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2, 3. 

SUSAN PURDY: Dram Club 1; German Club 2; Art Club 3; 
Yearbook 4. 

HEDY REITZ: Tournament of Plays 1; Spring Play 2; Drama 
Club 1; German Club 2 (Treasurer); Leaders Club 3; Softball 1, 
2; Basketball 3; Prom 3, 4; Girls Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Mixed 
Ensemble 2, 3; Yearbook 4. 



ALAN D. REYNOLDS: Baseball 1, 2; Graphics Club 3; 
Yearbook 4. 

JAMES M. RHINE: Chess Club, Physics Club, National Junior 
Honor Society, Tennis. 

PATRICIA RIVET: Ski Club 2, 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 3; 
Softball 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 4; Chemistry Club 3; Spanish 
Honor Society 4. 

KAREN ROBINSON: Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; National Honor Society 4; 
Spanish Club 1, 2; P.E. Club 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1, 2; Student 
Council 4; Spanish Honor Society 4. 

PAMELA A. ROMANO: Drama 1, 2; Discussion Club 3; Prom 
3, 4; Yearbook 4. 

DOUG ROOME: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain); Basketball 1, 
2; Baseball 1, 2; P.E. Club 3; Football Club 4; Prom 3, 4. 

DAVE ROSSI: Football 1; Winter Track 1; Electronics Club 2 
(President), 3, 4. 

NANCY ROY: Discussion Club 3; F.T.A. 2; Pep Club 1. 

CAROL RUETENIK: Drama 1, 2; Thespian 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; 
Girls Ensemble 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 3, 4; Class President 2; 
Student Council 3, 4 (Vice-president); Discussion Club 3; 
Prom 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 4. 

ANDREA CHRISTINE SACCO: Drama 1; Class 
Representative 2; Human Relations Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 4, 
(Secretary); Pep Squad (leader) 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Yearbook 
4. 

DALE SANFORD: Ski Club 1; Discussion Club 3. 

RONALD F. SATKIEWICZ: Thespians 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3; 
Concert Band 1, 2; Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 1, 2, 
3, 4; Northeast District Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; All-State 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1. 

GRETCHEN SCHAFER: Varsity Volleyball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Softball 1; J.V. Hockey 2; Varsity Field Hockey 3, 4; 
Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Chemistry Club 3; 
Prom 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Honor 
Society 4; Monitor 4. 

SUSAN SCHNITGER: National Honor Society, Math League, 
Library Club. 



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FREDERICK SCHUSTER: Band, Electronics Club, Graphics 
Club, Creative Writing Club. 

BRUCE SEAL: Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 3, 4; 
Football 4; Conservation Club 2, 3; Senior Social Club 4. 

CAROLYN J. SELBY: F.T.A. 1; Orchestra 1; Powderhorn 1, 
4; Ensembles 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Operetta 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 

2, 3; Pep Club 2; Class Representative 2; Drama Club 2; Prom 

3, 4; V.A. Volunteer 3, 4; Discussion Club 3; Dramatics 1, 2, 
3, 4; Monitor 4; Student Advisory Committee 4; Student 
Council Alternate 4; Yearbook 4. 

MICHAEL SHANNON: Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2; 
Football 1, 2; Student Council 1. 



MICKEY STEVES: Powderhorn 3, 4; Folk Club 3, 4; Science 
Fair — First Prize 2. 

TIM SULLIVAN: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1. 

DAVID SWALLOW: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Winter 
Track 3, 4; Soccer 4. 

NANCY TALKINGTON: Cheerleading 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Citizenship 
Committee 4; American Legion Essay Award 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 
4; Latin Club 1, 2; J.C.L. 1, 2. 

TOM TANNER: Maintenance Club. 



ANN SHAUGHNESSEY: French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 2; Prom 3, 
4; TARS 4; Ski Club 4. 

SUSAN SHAW: Pep Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 3; Yearbook 4. 

DOTTIE M. SHEA: Drama 1; Pep Club 1, 4; Human Relations 
Club 3; Yearbook 4; Student Advisory Committee 4; Prom 4. 

KIM SHERMAN: F.T.A. 1, 2, 4; Conservation Club 3; Prom 3; 
Yearbook 4. 

MIKE SIMONE: Yearbook 1, 2; Newspaper 1, 2; Football 2; 
Baseball 2; Chemistry Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4. 

JEAN EILENE SINNAMON: Drama Club 1; Art Club 2, 3: 
Yearbook 4. 



DAVID TATOSIAN: Football 1; Electronics Club 2; Tennis 2, 
3, 4; Ski Team 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer); Soccer 4; 
Sound and Lighting Crew 2, 3. 

SALLY J. TAYLOR: History Club 3; Yearbook 4. 

PHILIP THORNTON: Football 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 3; Junior Exhibition 3; Transfer 4. 

THEODORE TREMBLAY III: Folk Club 3; Yearbook 4; 
Track 1; V.I.S.T.A. 3; Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3. 

RICHARD TRIFIRO: Football 1; Latin Club 1, 2; Winter 
Track 1, 3, 4; Spring Track 1, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Soccer 4. 



CAROLYN SMITH: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-president 
1; Student Council 2, 3 (Vice-president), 4 (President); Ski 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 3, 4. 

JANET SMITH: Varsity Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 
2, 3; Softball 1, 2; Art Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Student Advisory Committee 4. 

GAIL SPENCER: Dramatics Club 1; Pep Club 1; Softball 2; 
Human Relations Council 3; Prom 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 4; 
Yearbook 4. 

ROBERT STEPHENS: Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Marching 
Band 1, 2, 3; Wind Ensemble 1, 2, 3; Electronics Club 2; 
Spanish Club 4. 

MARCIA STERNBERG: Biology Club 2; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Sewing Club 4. 




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GEORGE TROUTMAN: Choir 1, 2; Gymnastics Club, Tennis. 



JOYCE L. VALATKA: Majorettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3: 
Discussion Club 3; Prom 3, 4; Aquinus Typing Contest 3; 
Yearbook 4; Windjammer 4. 

PAULA M. VERRIER: Basketball 2; Softball 2; Office 2, 3; 
Girls Ensemble 3, 4; Mixed Ensemble 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 

PAUL WANTA: Discussion Club 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 4; Cross 
Country 3; Thespian, Student Advisory Committee. 

BRUCE WEYMOUTH: Football 1; Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JEANNETTE ELLEN WHEELER: Majorette 3, 4; V.I.S.T.A. 
3, 4; Prom 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Drama Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1. 

MARK WHITEHEAD: Spanish Club 1 ; Conservation Club 3. 

JIM WICKER: Boy's Leaders Club 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 
1; Winter Track 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Soccer 4. 

RICK WILDS: Student Council 2, 3; Tournament of Plays 2; 
Spring Track 1; Thespians 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-president 3; Prom 
3; Boys State 3; Monitor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Citizenship Committee 4; Choir 4; Ensembles 4; Ski Club 4; 
Handicapped Swimming Program 1, 2, 3. 

ETHEL GAIL WILLIAMS: French Club 1, 2; American Field 
Service 1, 3; Ski Club 2, 4; Basketball 4; Spanish Club 4. 

CAROLYN WINKLER: Drama Club 1; Spanish Club 2; 
Yearbook 4. 

KARL WULFSBERG: Concert and Marching Band 1, 2, 3; 
Stage Band 1, 2, 3; Audio-visual Club 1; Winter Track 2; 
Electronics Club 4. 




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Buccaneers Battle 
Through Season 



Bedford's eleven tried again this 
year to make a showing in the league 
but ended the season in sixth place 
in the Dual County League. The over- 
all record was two wins and seven 
losses. 

There were only six lettermen on 
the team this year. The inexperience 
of the team was one of the main rea- 
sons for the poor showing this season. 
The team displayed new offensive 
strength but often at the expense of a 
poor defense. The overall attitude of 
the team was one of determination 
and unity. The players did a remark- 
able job considering their lack of ex- 



perience and were coached well by 
Coach Sabourin. 

The season started off in Bedford's 
favor with an 18-6 win over Ashland. 
Quarterback Jim LeMay threw a 45- 
yard pass to End Joe LaDow who 
made a touchdown with only 45 sec- 
onds remaining. Defensive Back Bill 
O'Neil intercepted an Ashland pass 
in the end zone during the last quar- 
ter preserving the opening win. After 
four straight losses Bedford captured 
their second win when they defeated 
Lincoln-Sudbury 15-12. Jim LeMay 
set up the winning touchdown passing 
to Don Grassi with only 2 V2 minutes 



remaining. The team also played a 
good game against Westwood but lost 
40-26. 

Joe LaDow, the big receiver, caught 
many important passes. Don Grassi 
and Jay Porter did some good running 
and the two guards, Doug Roome and 
Dave Barrett helped a great deal dur- 
ing offensive plays. Ken Mead inter- 
cepted two passes during the Lincoln- 
Sudbury game. In spite of the numer- 
ous injuries throughout the season, the 
Buccaneer's enthusiasm was always en- 
couraging. 



Co-Captains Doug Roome and Ken Mead 



Don Grassi 



THE BEDFORD 




Jay Porter Jim LeMay Craig Kvamme 





Bruce Conway 



Dan McGrath 



Oscar DePriest 



BUCCANEERS 




Bill Jacques 



Rick Farhney 



Coaches Odams, Adams and Sabourin 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 






FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 





The varsity basketball team had its 
best season in years, finishing with a 
12-7 record in a 3-way tie for a 
second place in the Dual County 
League (League record 9-5) and just 
missed qualifying for the Tech Tour- 
ney. There were many close games 
and three victories in overtime. Bed- 



ford outscored its opponents by an 
average score of 62-61. The team de- 
feated three teams that did make it 
to the Tech Tourney and also beat 
Westwood for the first time in the 
school's history. Howie Emerson led 
the team in scoring with an average 
of about 1 1 points a game. He also 



led in assists. The leading rebounder 
was Joe LaDow, and Martin Mooney 
led the team in foul shooting. Other 
leading scorers for Coach Scibelli's 
Buccaneers were Joe LaDow, Joe 
Dooley, and Jim Lemay. 



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SCORES 
Opponent Bedford 

Weston 80 82 

Acton-Boxboro 67 57 

Lincoln-Sudbury 40 34 

Westwood 76 69 

Lynnfield 52 61 

Ashland 64 80 

Wayland 53 50 

Weston 70 74 

Acton-Boxboro 69 34 

Lincoln-Sudbury 50 51 

Westwood 72 74 (Overtime) 

Lynnfield 56 58 (Overtime) 

Ashland 72 84 

Wayland 61 63 (Overtime) 




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The Junior Varsity Basketball team 
had an outstanding season under Coach 
Adams, finishing with a 16-3 record, 
losing twice to Westwood and once to 
Wayland. The JV's averaged 49 points 
to their opponents' 36. The leading 
scorer was Danny McDonnel with 
13.6 points a game. Other leading 
scorers were Paul Barnard, Keith 
Cooper and Kevin Kempton. 




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INDOOR TRACK 



Starting off the season with a strong 
win against Lynnfield the Indoor Track 
Team lost momentum to finish the sea- 
son with 1-6 record. The highlights of 
the season were the performances of the 
tri-captains, Bruce Seal, Bill O'Neil and 
Mike Hoots who accounted for much of 
the scoring. Promising performances 
were turned in by underclassmen Jim 
Giencke, Tom Jacobson, and Karl 
Gerdes. The team's coach is Mr. Powers. 



Bill O'Neil 

SPRING TRACK 



CROSS COUNTRY 

Bruce Seal 




ICE HOCKEY 



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The ice hockey team under Coaches 
Saintto and Petrillo finished third in 
the Dual County League with a record 
of five wins, six losses and three ties, 
including six shutouts. One of the 
highpoints of the season was a 0-0 tie 



with Lynnfield (who finished in sec- 
ond place), but there was also a disap- 
pointing loss to Weston 2-1 after hav- 
ing beaten them 6-0. Bedford scored 
24 goals and had 25 goals scored 
against them. Mike Lane won the 



Charles Davin Memorial Award and 
was voted to the league All-Star team. 
Goalie Tony Baudanza, and Jeff Bax- 
ter received honorable mentions in the 
balloting for the All-Star Team. 



SCORES 

Opponent Bedford 

Acton-Boxboro 3 3 

Westwood 2 

Lynnfield 3 1 

Wayland 7 

Lincoln-Sudbury 2 1 

Newton South 1 \ 

Weston 6 

Acton-Boxboro 2 2 

Westwood 4 3 

Lynnfield 

Lincoln-Sudbury 1 

Wayland 2 

Newton South 3 

Weston 2 1 





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B.H.S. Skiers Against 
The Elements 



Hard luck befell the Bedford High 
School Ski Team when January and 
February failed to produce any snow 
on which to practice. Being a first year 
varsity sport, the team worked with 
many handicaps. In spite of these 
drawbacks, the skiers practiced every 
day at Little's Golf Course, which they 
used for both Cross-country and Sla- 
lom practice. 

After spending two weeks trans- 
forming their old skis into new cross- 
country skis, which the team did not 
have funds to buy, the racers entered 
their first meet of the season. The meet 
was on January 7, at Wayland, in com- 



petition with eight other well-estab- 
lished ski teams. Kimberly Peters fin- 
ished on top for the B.H.S. team plac- 
ing twentieth, while the other mem- 
bers did not fare so well. 

The team's efforts to improve were 
rewarded in the January 14 slalom 
race held at Catrock, in Weston. Com- 
peting with 5 other teams, Nancy 
Coombs placed first and Jennifer 
Baker second for the Girls' team while 
Andy Twombly took sixth for the 
Boys' team. These results secured a 
second place for the ski team. After 
this race, conditions worsened as warm 
weather melted the snow and all hopes 



for further races. 

Just in case conditions improved, 
the ski team continued to practice, 
playing soccer to stay in shape. Prayers 
were answered when cold weather 
made it possible to ski on artificial 
snow at Prospect Hill at Waltham. 
The long time away from the slopes 
handicapped the skiers who placed 
only third out of the schools. 

All things considered, the ski team 
has done very well for its first season 
and will continue to improve with 
enthusiasm from participants and the 
student body. 




RIFLE TEAM 



The 1970 BHS Rifle Team did well 
this year under Coach William Keup. 
The team is built around the six top 
shooters, Captain Ted Tremblay, Co- 
Captain Phil Fogg (both seniors), 
Dave and Bob Crook, Gary Fogg, and 
Bob Dishman. Other team members 
include Juniors Ed Keyes and Mark 
Letizi; Sophomores Joe Lima, Bob 
Beyrand, Bob Stitt and Wayne Thomas; 
and Freshman David Blacksmith. 
Coach Keup says there is a lot of 
potential in the team, but due to the 



few number of practices, they don't 
shoot quite as well as they should. He 
goes on to say that the reason for this 
is that most schools have their own 
range, but that Bedford has to use 
the Hanscom Field Range which pre- 
sents a problem in transportation and 
the boys can't shoot when they like. 

Bedford's team fires against teams 
from Waltham, Marlboro, Wayland, 
Concord, Melrose, Maiden, Watertown, 
Acton, and Newton. The top shooters 
on the team also shoot against M.I.T. 



and Northeastern University. 

Unlike most sports, riflery requires 
less physical strength than skill. One 
careless move and a person could be 
fatally shot. The highest team score 
was a record 908 to 841 against Acton, 
compared to last year's record of 870. 
In honor of this worthy occasion the 
team will donate a plaque to their 
coach, Mr. Keup. 

Senior Phil Fogg was awarded the 
annual Boubo Award for the highest 
team average. 



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90 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



It was an experimental season for girls' 
basketball this year. Instead of using six 
players on a team, there were only five. 
The rules were very similar to those in 
boys' basketball. At first, the prospects 
looked good for the varsity girls with 
their impressive victory over Westford 
27-21. These bright prospects faded how- 
ever, with the loss of every successive 
game after that. They pulled out of the 
slump in the second to the last game, 
trouncing Lynnfield 41-25, only to lose 



their last game to Wilmington in the last 
eight seconds. Outstanding scorers for the 
Bucs were Kathy Curtis and Joanne 
Smith. Other members of the team were 
Gretchen Schafer, Joyce Donovan, Judy 
Beecy, Lisa McManus, Barbie Kace, Linda 
Stubbs, Diane McGrath, Kathy Savinac, 
Pat McMahan, Cheryl Pfeiffer, Judy 
Church, Chris Kennedy, Pauline Mc- 
Kenna, Bert McKenna, and Linda Corn- 
ley. Mrs. March coached the team. 





GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCORES 

Bedford 27 21 Westford 

Bedford 28 32 Westford 

Bedford 24 40 Wilmington 

Bedford 19 32 Wayland 

Bedford 27 34 Acton 

Bedford 48 49 Westwood 



Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 
Bedford 



20 
29 
36 
41 
42 



25 Acton 

31 Westwood 

42 Wayland 

25 Lynnfield 

44 Wilmington 





JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 



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GIRLS' 
FIELD 
HOCKEY 



The girls' hockey team made an outstanding 
showing this fall with 4 wins, 5 ties, and 1 
loss. Part of this success could be attributed 
to the fact that many of the girls attended a 
hockey camp over the summer. On many occa- 
sions the team was thankful that goalie, Cheryl 
Pfeiffer, had attended this camp and learned 
the tricks of her trade. Other members of the 
team were Pauline McKenna, Alice Potter, 
Karen Robinson, Gretchen Schafer, Janet 
Smith, Mickee Boireau, Rosemary Genetti, 
Jackie McCallum, Linda Barker, Joanne Smith, 
Jean Tatosian, Joanne Curran, Chris Kennedy, 
and Lisa McManus. The team was coached by 
Miss Gfroerer. Congratulations! 




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JUNIOR VARSITY 




GIRLS' 
SOFTBALL 




Joyce Donovan 







GIRLS' 
TENNIS 





Judy Beecy 




Dottie Allison 



Gretchen Schafer 



Karen Robinson 



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The cheerleaders have had one of their 
busiest years. They cheered for football, 
basketball, hockey, one soccer game, and 
an unusual game of mat football. In addi- 
tion, because they were first last year, they 
were host to the Eastern Invitational 
Cheerleading Competition. They did ap- 
proximately twenty cheers, including in- 
troductory and placement cheers. There 
was not a single captain this year. The 
whole squad alternated with the seniors 
taking added responsibility. 

Paula Kean 
Carolyn Smith 
Nancy Coombs 
Kris Sykes 
Pam Mee 
Nancy Talkington 
Nancy Richardson 
Debby Rue 
Mary Mc Arthur 
Janet McNamara 
Betsy Payne 
Barbara Fields 
Lori Genetti 
Susan Bates 
, , Sandy Genetti 




ART CLUB 

Mr. Mietzner 

Melinda Koester, Bill Bryan, Francis Grandinetti, Sharon Bolton, Sherry 
Russell, Denise Kapfmamer, Steve Gregory, Cindy Neal, Susan Bunton, 
Bill Hoo, Val Hale, Ed Keyes, Sue Barrett, Barbara Kace, Cheri Everage. 



ART CLUB 

Mr. Petrosky 

Pam Felton, Donna Flynn, Diana Bowlby, Patty Lyons, Joan Lamorte, 
Cheryl Sherman, Adria Lombardini, Jimmy Lewis, Cheryl Lund, Peggy 
Filios, Karen Callahan, Billy Siegal, Carol Pierson. 



BIG-BROTHER AND BIG-SISTER CLUB 

Mrs. Pellegrini 

Judy Bryant, Debbie LaCombe, Jeanie Rinks, Scootie Heisler, Dorrie 
Dawson, Laurel Amsden, Linda Kendrick, Elaine Herlihy, Jean Tato- 
sian, Dawn Diehard, John Cassil, Marcia Conner, Gorden Forsythe, 
John Gerdes, Mike Gerdes, Mike Waldren, Chris Kinney, Sue Mac- 
Arthur, George Whitehouse. 




AUDIO VISUAL AIDS 

Mr. Morse 

Gary Kennedy, John Gerdes, Peter Clark, Paul Runkle, Bill Vance, 
Kenneth Durkin, Stephen March, James A. Lewis, Kevin Kempton, 
Dave Miramant, Joseph Dooley, Bill Blomquist, Kevin DuPont, Carl 
Ciak, David Flynn, Jack Ramsey, Mike Lane, John Hamilton, Garland 
Farris. 



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CHEF'S CLUB 



Miss Vaughan 

David Lentine, Steve Hooper, Leland Conley, Bill Harrison, Jim Payne, 
Jerry Dee, Jim Gregsby, Jay Blaisdell, Paul Keough, Phil Ballou. 



Mrs. Robinson 

Bev Tinkler, Doug Pfeiffer, Lee Shannon, Joe Oleskey, Ken Gross, 
Scott Gilmore, Ramsey Bahrawy, Stephen Derdiarian, Steve Herrmann, 
Floyd Gabarkewictz, Norman Reyome. 



Mr. Toland 

Dean Groves, Don Knickle, Bruce Angus, Robert Welt, Chris Leary, 
Phil Feeley, Stephen Mudgett, Jim Giencke, Carl Maier, Alan Marshall, 
Val Flinders, John Kleber, William Tomlinson, Doug MacArthur, John 
Andrews, Mark Robinson, Randy Wilkens, Mark Glennon, Debbie 
Bruno, Bill Brzeski, Alan Brown, Ron Satkiewitz, Nancy Jones, Denise 
Laza. 



Mrs. Davis 

Nancy Talkington, Diane Biggio, Marie Laughlin, Fred Schuster, Rick 
Wilds, Lourdes Henebry, Mike Lane, Tom Bush, Dorrie Saunders, Jo- 
anne Smith, Cindy Baker, Gary Winkler, Cheryl Pfeiffer, Nancy Hull, 
Mark Glennon, Ray Claflin, Nancy Bergin. 



BIOLOGY CLUB 



CHAMBER MUSIC CLUB 



CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE 



Mrs. Fowler 

John Mockapetris, Paul Schimelfenyg, Jim Healy, David Kernan, Cheryl 
Rossi, Holly Schafer, Steve Gerlees, Doug Tuttle, Sue Davis. 



CHEMISTRY CLUB 




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CHESS CLUB 

Mr. Dietz, Mr. Judge 

Lee Winter, Tom Jacobson, Alison Chase, Sue Buccini, 
Steve Koon, Marty Palmieri, David Cranshaw, Don Stowell, 
Ed Brady, Brian Lyons, Philip Anthony, Doug Irwin, Wade 
Tucker, Prentice Walker, Andrew Taylor, Don Dupire, Paul 
Arms, Larry Evans, Paul Reed. Richard Duncan, Bill 
O'Neil, Jack Wells, Stephen Pike, Wayne Thomas, Bill 
Hardin, Eddie Heflan, Mike Snider, Dick Donavan, Reno 
Wells, Brad Russian, Paul Brzeski, Pete Bolduc, Bob 
Amado, Harold Russell, Melissa Weaver, Amy Schimel- 
fenyg, Kimberly Peters, David Hanson, Wayne Dessertine, 
John MacCormack, Barbara Gaylord, Janet Glovinsky, Marc 
Thurrell, Danny Nelson, Anita Petricone. 




FRENCH CLUB 

Mr. Inglis, Miss Geerken 

Michael Pittman, Randee Carr, Linda Cairns, Sandy Walker, Martha Brown, Janet Con- 
ner, Elizabeth Michaud, Emme Brown, Nancy Lewis, JoAnne Mahler, Pat Flanagan, 
Lisa Walker, Debbie Monahan, Janet Underwood, Kathy Huffman, Diane Ciak, Linda 
Ball, Kathy Martin, Michelle Murphy. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 

Beverly Andrews, Kathy Stander, Danine Durgin, Joanne Carrall, Marilyn Navoichik, 
Karen Svensson, Lana Sischu, Beverly Selby, Rita Fardy, Laurie Sherman, Sheila Muldoon, 
Janet Cardinale, Sue MacArthur, Clarice Shaw, Kim Sherman, Susan Nindel, Lynne Stan- 
ley, Gina Umanita, Barbara O'Connell, Sue Gaylord. 



CONSERVATION CLUB 

Mr. Healy 

William Barbeiri, William Brussard, Michael Carr, Robert Clark, 
David Crook, Robert Dishman, Darlene Dobbins, Jim Eliopoulos, 
Guy Fallabella, Robert Fuller, Jeff Hanson, Doug Houston, Wil- 
liam Johnson, Patrick Kinney, Mark Letizi, Ron Mead, Jeff 
O'Donnell, Barry Pharris, David Rodrigues, Harvey Brian, Garry 
Pharris, Philip Keohan, Robert Crook, Susan Holketad. 




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ELECTRONICS CLUB 

Mr. Melanson 

Paul Bertoni, Steve Dacey, Mike Wyman, Paul Strgin, Sam Wood, 
Ralph Kusa, Kevin Healy, David Rasato, Dave Rossi, Carl Wolfsberg, 
Neerag Nigam, Kendall Russell, Jim Schlight, Tony Lazaris, Kevin 
Cross, Peter Kibbler. 



GERMAN CLUB 

Mrs. Thompson 

Janice Milligan, Sheila Hemmingson, Donna Duffey, Cary Antill, Elvera 
Reitz, Kathy Schnitger, Ahmet Argon, John Ferillo, Ellen Kusch, Ann 
Gait, Jackie Bradfield, Melanie Hair, Janet Kramer, Kris Simone, Lucy 
Erdman, Ken Dill, Ann Ahearn, Tim Rebitzki, Tom Rebitzki, Tom 
Rose, Barre Noimann. 




GRAPHICS CLUB 

Mr. DiPietro 

Ricky Emery, David Swallow, Michael Hoots, James Ambrose, Frank 
Battaglia, Ken Brown, Richard Bunton, Carl Cerullo, James Church, 
James Hilder, Joseph Lima, David McGrath, John Minty, William 
O'Connell, Philip Prugnarola, Daniel Pike, Norman Smith, Raymond 
Stearno. 



FOLK CLUB 

Mrs. Kinney 

Paul Arms, Ronald Naverson, Sheri Whaley, Mark Mudgett, Ellen 
Groves, Cris Kinney, Dean Groves. 



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LIBRARY CLUB 




Miss Dowling 

Gail Brodie, Barbara Tynau, Kim Tuff, Andrea Ger- 
lek, Nancy Eunson, Debby Gibson, Robert Urquhart, 
Karen Draeger, Diane Marquard. 



HUMAN RELATIONS COUNCIL 

Mr. Reynolds 

Martin Mooney, Frank O'Brien, John Shipley, Larry 
Payne, Chuck DePriest, Kevin Ahearn, Bob Harris, 
Frank Belt, Gilbert Betterton, Mike Ward, Tim 
Johnson, Kevin Cassidy, Matt Dicklard, Jim Mulligan. 



BEDFORD JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE 

Mrs. Herri ing 

Robert Bently, Diane Donner, Eddie Pallotta, Susan Kinnedy, Anita Petricone, Heidi 
Karrer, Darrell Saltomochia, Mike Shannon, Cecelia Loscocco, James Inglis, Mark Lyons, 
Pauline McKenna. 



MONITORS 




Mr. Melanson 

David Brock, Bill Clift, Oscar DePriest, Janet Derdiarain, Mike Dub- 
bury, Howard Emerson, Harry Erdman, Elena Filios, David Fitch, Don 
Grassi, Alan Hansen, Mike Hoots, Bill Jacques, Paula Kean, Susan Mac- 
Arthur, Jeannette Mann, Don McGrath, Eileen McKenna, Ken Mead, 
Steve Mudgett, Jay Porter, Ron Satkiewicz, Gretchen Schafer, Fred 
Schuster, Carolyn Selby, Tim Sullivan, Tom Tanner, Rick Wilds. 



MAINTENANCE CLUB 

Mr. Carlson, Mr. LaVoie 

Dave Fitch, Bill Cashin, Gary Sherpless, Paul Leslie, Robert Crook, 
Mike Barry, Tom Griffiths, John Faucher, Pat Murphy, Steve Littlefield. 



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MATH LEAGUE 

Miss Flangheddy 

Glenn Cooper, Eileen McKenna, Sue Schnitger, Anne Davis, Bill Clift, 
Bill O'Neil, Brian Lewis, Mark Moeller, Jim Giencke, David Ata- 
mantyk, Ward Dill, Tom Jacobson, Mary Lou McKenna, Holly Schafer, 
Janice Silva, Bob Sachs, Keith Cooper. 



PHYSICS CLUB 

Mr. Liaw 

Del Jenson, Michael Dubbury, Ted Carlson, Lee Winter, John Gerdes. 



PIANO CLUB 

Mrs. Latham 

Chuck Marshall, Debbie Wittenauer, Brenda CuIIington, Cynthia Mc- 
Mahon, David Brock, Robin Winslow. 



GIRLS' P.E. LEADERS CLUB 

Mrs. March 

Chris Kennedy, Judy Church, Bert McKenna, Karen Prewitt, Joanne 
Smith, Beate Klein, Carol Reutenik, Judy Robinson, Vicki Downing, 
Terry Roloff, Amy Meehan, Karen Robinson, Kathy Browne, Judy 
Beecy, Jennifer Baker, Kathy Curtis, Ginny O'Neil, Janet Dessertine, 
Ro Genetti, Janet Smith, Mickey Boireau, Joyce Donovan, Lynne Beau- 
mont, Lynn Phelps, Phyllis Salinas. 



BOYS' P.E. LEADERS CLUB 

Mr. Odams 

Lome Marshal, Rick Brown, Gary Sharpless, Mike Bissanti, Gene 
Moore, Robert Pate, William Tibolt, Richard Barker, Murphy Mc- 
Govern, Joe Kleber, Dennis Deome, Harold Russell, Tom Dee, Ken 
Mead. 



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PHOTOGRAPHY LAB 



Mrs. Knox 

Susan Bunton, Carl Maier, Wally Luby, Gail Palmeri, Debby Hunt, 
Rick Wilds, Liz Kuehn, Fred Shuster, Jim Horton, Sheila McQuaid, 
Dee Masters, Sandi Brady, Sue Purdy, Phil Fogg, Jeff Keough, Cindy 
McMahon, Donna Silverstrone. 



RUSSIAN CLUB 

Mr. Case 

Cindy Warwick, Merrilee Johnson, Ghislaine Kelly, Kris Stidworthy, 
Mike Roucher, Mike Payne, Mike Mayou, Randy Bettingfield, Toss 
Hobbs, Don Reed, John DeCosta. 

SEWING CLUB 

Miss McLaughlin 

Dorothy Allison, Robin Biggio, Debbie Bonnevie, Diane Coleman, 
Linda Comley, Pam Eikelboom, Maura Herlihy, Debbie Henkley, Judy 
Palumbo, Laurie Pierce, Marcia Sternberg, Michelle Torigian, Karen 
Urquhart, Valerie Bean, Connie Adkins, Vicky Coleman, Tish Shippey, 
Robin Mireault, Sue Werner, Ann Haygood. 



STUDENT ATHLETIC TRAINERS 

Mr. Adams 

Marc Reyome, Peter Ferrick, Robert Atwood, Douglas Thurlow, George Champney, 
Keith Cooper, Brian Houlighan, Joe Colombo, Richark Connell, Harold Seal. 



WINDJAMMER STAFF 

Mr. McCarthy 

Benjamin Sears, editor-in-chief; Trish McKusick, literary editor; Heather Lenz, art editor; 
Cynthia Gaylord, publicity director; Linda Barker, Wayne Braverman, Ann Burrows, 
Debby Cashin, Liz Coules, Ava Director, Sean Duffy, W. F. Durgin, Carol Fairweather, 
C. C. Leiby, Anna Lipofsky, Bea Lovell, Patti McMahon, Ken Mildram, Cris Mudgett, 
Martha Norkunas, Debi Roloff, Fred Schuster, Greg Smith. 



POWDERHORN 

Mr. Brazeau 

Huel Scherrer, Patrick McMahon, Martin Morrison, Micky Steves, Deb- 
bie Kaplan, Carl Gerdes, Chris Estlow, Debbie Lowney, Corlis Edwards, 
Chuck Loscocco, Skip Stubbs. 





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SKI CLUB 



Mr. Morrisette 

Greg Herald, Nancy Coombs, David Tatosian, Eileen Goguen, Ginny O'Neil, 
Cris Kinney, Maurine Hill, John Cassil, Bruce Weymourh, Skip Stubbs, Pat 
Rivet, Joan Erikson, Jennifer Baker, Carol Reutenik, Ann Shaughnessy, Marcia 
Connor, Vickie LaCombe, Rick Wilds, Caroline Smith, Richard Trifiro, Edward 
Pallotta, Mike Simone, Pam Macko, Linda Comley, Gail Williams, Doug Roome, 
Debbie Kaplan, Doug Erdman, Steve Koon, Gary Fields, Oscar DePriest, Bill 
Jacques, Steve Hatch, Andrea Sacco, Alice Potter, Dan McGrath, Betsy Payne, 
Rick Fahrney, Don Grassi, Nancy Talkington, Allen Brown, Bob Sherman, John 
Henderson, Bill Harrison, Lloyd Quist, Jean Tatosian, Janet Connor, Bob Collins, 
Steve Munzing, Janet Rose, Tom Rose, Andy Baker, John Hamilton, Mike Far- 
rell, Bob Southwick, David Lentine, Kimberly Peters, Mike Fitzpatrick, John 
Sandy, Melissa Weaver, Amy Schimelfenyg, Craig Hollenbeck, Guy Grassi, Mark 
Moeller, Kehne Moeller, Ken Brown, Scott Webber, Kay Forte, Sandra Alley, 
Paul Higgins, Sandra Walker, Anne Monger, Jane Murphy, Betsy Bergstrom, 
Kim Downing, Nancy Bergin, Cary Antill, Amy Meehan, Janet Porter, Steve 
Gerlick, Cris Armstrong, Debbie Lowney, Jim Shaughnessy, Lorraine Bertelli, 
John Kennedy, Debbie Humt, George Ruetenik, Anita Petricone, Barbara Fields, 
Mark Pilla, Huel Scherrer, Joan Smith, Del Rivet, Andy McMann, LeAnne Si- 
mons, Kevin Kieley, Sue Bates, Ginny Johnson, Sharon Foss, John Weaver, 
Mark Tremblay, Bill Brzeski, Peter Cross. 



TARS 

Miss Kelliher 

Janet Derdiarian, Gretchen Schafer, Dennis DeOme, Greg Smith, Cindy 
Gaylord, Jane Goldman, Cathy Weaver, Liz Bassanti, Anne Shaugh- 
nessey, Anne Davis, Dawn Diehard, Laurie Mraz. 



SPANISH CLUB 

Miss O'Sullivan 

Anne Page, Sue Falcione, Robin Greeley, Eileen Youshock, Jere Ram- 
sey, Brad Flinders, Rick Houle, Kathryn Nelson, Priscilla Page, Debbie 
King, Robert Stephens, Cheryl Pfeiffer, Mike Mullis, Val Flinders, Pat 
Dishman, Linda Gellatly, Michelle Flanigan, Bill Goodwin, Ann 
Humphrey, Julie Tremblay, Diana Minassian, Gail Williams, Vickie 
LaCombe, Patty Belt, Glen Mosher, Reggie Cureton, Joanna Coules, 
Maury Cushman, Lynn Sisson, Deborah Strickland, Elaine Sandblom, 
Julie McKenna. 



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THESPIANS 

Mr. Brazeau 

Jennifer Baker, Jim Bergin, Sandra Brady, Glenn Cooper, Danny Genetti, Tina Hulbert, 
Paula Kean, Gretchen Karrar, Melinda Koester, Nancy Lewis, Carl Maier, Jeanette Mann, 
Christine Mudgett, Janet Rice, Nancy Richardson, Carol Ruetenik, Ron Satkiewicz, Dor- 
rie Saunders, Ben Sears, Kathy Stidworthy, Kris Stidworthy, Nancy Talkington, Paul 
Wanta, Rick Wilds, Deb Wittenauer, Eileen Goguen, Dean Groves, Tom Klein. 



EDITORS 

Editor in Chief 

Catherine Minassian 

Literary Editor 

Janet Derdiarian 



Art Editors 

Ted Tremblay 
Jean Sinnamon 



PEP CLUB 

Miss Mintz 

Sigrid Adler, Christie Armstrong, Charlie Band, Tony Baudanza, Susan Barker, Susan 
Barry, Debbie Beecy, Louraine Bertelli, Mike Bissanti, Glen Boireau, Marcia Brock, Jill 
Burgess, Gary Clark, Linda Coleman, Patti Comley, Linda Crook, JoAnne Curran, Sarah 
Davis, Ann Delfino, Kim Downing, Pat Ellis, Sharon Foss, Susan Genetti, Diane Gian- 
netta, Audrey Gold, Marilyn Goldbold, Diane Hall, Emily Hall, Connie Hanley, Diane 
Hansen, Bob Harris, Nancy Hill, Pam Hemmingson, Jim Hodgkins, Debbie Hulbert, 
Debbie Hunt, Ginny Johnson, Lance Johnson, Jeff Keough, Bob Landfear, Mary Lopez, 
Cindy Lord, Jacie Maccullum, Chris Macleod, Karyn Mann, Tey Mason, Susan Martines, 
Jean Mazzone, Judy McCabe, Sharon McAuliffe, Mike McDougal, Ellen McGrath, Lisa 
McManus, Sue Mercurio, Carl Miller, Mary Murphy, Wayne Neil, Kathy O'Connel, Liz 
O'Connel, Irene O'Neil, Sue Oszvath, Mark Pilla, Janet Porter, Diane Ramsey, Joan Rice, 
Deborah Rivet, Dee Sacco, Suzanne Sacco, Marcia Scherra, Paula Silverstone, Paula Simp- 
son, Ellen Sorensen, Debbie Troutman, Jamie Vaughan. 



Business Editors 
William Clift 
Marilyn Hatch 

Photographers 

Sandra Brady 
Phil Fogg 
Liz Hammond 
Delilah Masters 
Susan Purdy 
Dianne Dempsey 
Carolyn Winkler 
Jane Sinnamon 
Jim Horton 



Staff 



PEP BAND 

Mr. Toland 

Bob Welt, Dean Groves, Jim Giencke, Chris Leary, Don Knickle, Bruce Angus, Steve 
Mudgett, Val Flinders, Bill Tomlinson, Philip Feeley. 



CHEERLEADING CLUB 

Miss Gfroerer 

Paula Kean, Betsy Payne, Nancy Talkington, Susan Bates, Nancy Coombs, Mary Mc- 
Arthur, Nancy Richardson, Kris Sykes, Lori Genetti, Sandi Genetti, Pamela Mee, Debby 
Rue, Barbara Fields, Janet McNamara. 



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Diane Bryan 
Diane Biggio, 
Marie Cloutier 
Kathy Columbo 
Marcia Conner 
Cheryl Davies 
Brenda Delozier 
Elena Filios 
Sue Gaylord 
Gaye Gerzine 
Maurine Hill 
Christine Hulbert 
Cris Kinney 
Pamela Macko 
Eileen McKenna 
Theresa McKie 
Stephen Mudgett 
Hedi Reitz 
Pamela Romano 
Gretchen Schafer 
Carolyn Selby 
Susan Shaw 
Dottie Shea 
Sally Taylor 
Joyce Valatka 
Paula Verrier 
Jeannette Wheeler 
Alan Reynolds 



YEARBOOK STAFF 




NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



Lynn Phelps, President 
John Cassil, Vice-President 
Judith Beecy, Secretary 
Cynthia Neal, Treasurer 



Dorothy Allison 
Judith Beecy 
David Brock 
Diane Bryan 
John Cassil 
William Clift 
Marcia Conner 



Janet Derdiarian 
Elena Filios 
Jeannette Mann 
Eileen McKenna 
Catherine Minassian 
Cynthia Neal 
Lynne Phelps 



Karen Robinson 
Gretchen Schafer 
Frederick Schuster 
Susan Schnitger 
Janet Smith 
Nancy Talkington 
Richard Wilds 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

Miss Geerken, Mr. Spinosa 

Carolyn Smith, Maureen Hill, Susan Bates, Robin Winslow, Billy Brezski, Paul Brezki, 
Tom Klein, Vicki Downing, Bruce Angus, Karen Robinson, Nancy Bergin, Melinda 
Koetser, Doug Erdman, Bob Wasson, Mark Moeller, Diana Minty, Liz Bazanti. 



STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Mr. Gollis 

Bill Brown, Bill Clift, Glenn Cooper, Joyce Hall, Carl Maier, Dan McGrath, Ginny 
O'Neil, Carolyn Selby, Dottie Shea, Tim Sullivan, Paul Wanta, Lynn Beaumont, Leslie 
Dolan, Carl Gerdes, Ed Keyes, Heather Lenz, Sue Barrett, Susan Kenney, Janet Rice, 
Joanne Smith, Jean Tatosian, Beate Klein, Neeraj Nigam, Marcia Southwick. 



SCIENCE CLUB 

SCIENCE CLUB 

Francis Andreotti, David Blacksmith, Stephen Drosdik, Tom Kee, Gordon Clark, Michael 
Goss, Susan Janek, Nancy Riley. 



STAGE CREW 

STAGE CREW 

Paul Kelly, Ed Forsythe, Kevin Pederson, Mike Gerdes, Dennis Strickland. 



BOYS' ENSEMBLE 






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Alfred P. Doolittle, Morgan Lewis 





TOURNAMENT OF PLAYS 



Best Actor 

Honorable Mention 
Best Actress 

Honorable Mention 
Best Supporting Actor 
Best Supporting Actress 
Best Play 



Ron Satkiewicz, Senior — "The Lesson" 

Ben Sears, Junior 

Melinda Koester, Junior — "Impromptu" 
Bonnie Major, Senior 
Tom Klein, Junior — "Impromptu" 
Eileen Goguen, Sophomore — "Nobody Sleeps" 

Junior — "Impromptu" 



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"We have learnt that nothing is simple and rational except what 
we- ourselves have invented; that God thinks in terms neither of 
Euclid nor Riemann; that the more we know the more fantastic 
the world becomes and profounder the surrounding darkness." 






Bottom to top: Tony Bellengi, Valeri Versaggi, Rosemary Genetti, John Klays, John Franks, Jim Riessle, Denise Laza, Paul Leslie, Wayne Percival; John 
DeCosta, George Markward, Jon Christiano, Mark Tremblay, Patrick Murphy, David Crook, Robert Urquhart, George Taylor, Kenneth Pedersen. Debra 
Henderson, Deborah Reynolds, Patti Bradley, Lynne e Beaumont, Lisa Geilfuss, Lesley Dolan, Donna Duffey, Sandra Alley, Gail Donovan, Michelle Boireau, 
Diana Bowlby, Ann Thompson, Kitty Carroll; Carl Miller, Kevin Healy, Pam Walker, Sheila Hemmingson, Tex Mason, Michael Waldron, John Kean, Barry 
Pharris, Liz O'Connell, Trish McKusick, Yvonne Robinson, Kathy McGrath, Wayne Neil, Brian Harvey; Bob Grumbles, Philip Ballou, Kevin Kempton, Ray 
Mireault, Kelvin Cross, Sam Wood, Charlie Band, Mark Workman. Bob Landfear, John Hamilton, Thomas Rebitzki, Huel Scherrer. 



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Bottom to top: Kerry Skinner, Leslie Ahern, Cathy Kennison, Debbie Bowlby, Denise Kapfhamer, Sue Falcione, Patricia Kelly, Lee Ann Torigian, Lorraine 
Bertelli, Sharon Foss, Sherry Russell, Kathy Stander; David Rodrigues, Geoffery O'Donnell, Ralph Kusa, George Boe, James Hilker, Bill Maunder, David 
Crook, Gregory Smith, Guy Falabella, Rex Case, Jeff Keough, Jimmy Houle, Jim Ambrose, Diane Coleman, Eric Lindstrom, Mike Pittman, Paul Higgins, 
Tom Bush, Martin Mooney, Jim Shaughnessey ; Frances Grandinetti, Alison Walker, Aver Director, Jean Silverstrone, Debbie Wittenauer, Donna Lombardini, 
Deborah Monahan, Nancy Richardson, Cecelia Loscocco, Scootie Heisler, Ginny Cassil, Janet Glovinsky, Darlene Dobbins, Cathy Wilke; Pat Flanagan, Nancy 
Lewis, Tom Jacobson, Heather Lenz, Jim Giencke, Jim Bergin, Gaye Gerzine, Bill Durgin, Mary Lou McKenna, Jo Ann Mahler, David Atamantyk, Eileen 
Laughlin, Kris Sykes, Mary McArthur, Liz Coules, Judi Bryandt, Kathy Curtis, Mike Mullis; Mark Moeller, Carl Ciak, Mike Stevens, Kevin Connors, Dave Barrett, 
Karl Gerdes, Ken Durkin, DanGenetti, Dick Bentley, Mark Pilla, Jack Ramsey, Phil Feeley, Raymond Sterns, Robert Welt, Chris Leiby. 



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Bottom to top: Donna Flynn, Karyn Mann, Debbie Hunt, Jeannie Rinks, Kathy Savignac, Lois Teisciero, Jay Blaisdell, Lee Conley, Elizabeth Cullinane, 
Karen Urquhart, Pam Felton, Mark Doherty, Lawrence Prugnarola; Paul Strain, James Horton, Don Carlson, Don Reed, Tony Short, Francis Korda, Reno 
Wells, Kevin Pedersen, Joe LaDow, Gerry Clark, Steve Littlefield; Mike McDougal, Robert Southwick, Gary Kennedy, Steve Gerlik, Michael Kacher, Steve 
Hooper, Jim Bigley, David Faulkner, Steve Hawes, Bob Fawcett; Kathy Stidworthy, Debbie King, Debbi Bruno, Andrea Carleton, Melanie Hair, Mary Jane 
Belyea, Kathleen McDonnell, Lynne Colombo, Dianne Donner, Nancy Coombs, Frances Montalto, Carolyn Kirk, Sharon Bolton, Susan Bates; Ronald 
Naversen, Linda Coleman, Martha Muir, Sue Ozsvath, Nancy Tyler, Gail Palmeri, Guy Larsen, Steven Gregory, Edward Scheipers, Bill Barbieri, Edward 
Keyes, Rick Murdock, Peter Karlson, Marc Reyome, Pete Clark; Matthew Diehard, Bill Brzeski, Barton Woodworth, Philip Keohan, John Weaver. 



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Bottom to top: Janice Usher, Christine Mudgett, Linda Cairns, Randee Carr, Valerie Bean, Maura Herlihy, Phyllis Salinas; William Brussard, Mary Conti, 
Janice Milligan, Melinda Koester, Barbara Kace, Dorrie Saunders, Benjamin Sears; Lee Winter, Ward Dill, Edward Walsh, Joe Dooley, David Kernan, Nathan 
Kimball, Mark Letizi, Brian Lewis, Dan Pike; Elizabeth Ann Gait, Ellen Kusch, Beverly Andrews, Cheryl Ann Rossi, Patti Belt, Linda Stubbs, Laurie Pierce, 
Jackie Bradfield; Elizabeth Kuehn, Susan Bunton, Mike Bissanti, Reginald Cureton, David Lettine, Tony Baudanza, Jim Church, Bob Dishman, Anne 
Humphrey, Janet Porter; Michael Sullivan, David McAuliffe, Jim Hodgkins, Jerry Hammann, Gary Sethares, Christie Armstrong, Kevin Dupont, Gerry 
Hanrahan. 



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Bottom to top: Jane Murphy, Elaine Nickerson, Kathy Collins, Michelle Torigian, Cathy Weaver, Joan Lamorte, Carol Dinsmore, Diane Ramsay, Mary 
Corcoran, Dottie Raffaelo, Kathy Bellengi; Robin Biggio, Robert Wasson, Ken Gross, Mark Lane, Merri- Lee Johnson, Glenn Boireau, Donna Hilker, Prentice 
Walker, Steve Dacey, Gary Swallow, Ellen Sorensen, Ron Mead, Pat Ellis, Jeff Hanson, Robert Larson, Jim Eliopoulos, Dennis Palumbo; Kris Stidworthy, Liz 
Bissanti, Cynthia Baker, Debbie Miller, Karen Svensson, Nancy Libby, Cynthia Warwick, Sheryl Jones, Gail Brodie, JoAnne Cussan, Sandi Rinks, Cheryl 
Pfeiffer, Dianne Baptista; Scott Webber, Linda Gellatly, Kim Leonard, Mary Dooley, Lana Fischer, Bruce Angus, Bill Harrison, Paul Brzeski, Lori Gerzine, 
Mike Ahearn, Darrell Saltamachia, Thomas Hanley, David Cranshaw. Douglas Tuttle, Peter Bolduc, Lee Shannon, Bill Bryan, Paul Schimelfengy, John 
Mockfpetris, Steve Wood, Ahmet Argon, Patrick Kinney, Andy Twombly. 



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Bottom to top: Adria Lombardini, Phyllis Alessi, Carol Urquhart, Jill Comley, Linda Peterson, Tammy Johnson, Roberta McKenna, Scott Oehme, Dennis 
Strickland, Mary Lopez, Ginny Johnston, Judy Barrett, Tom Laundry, Stephen Rossi; Paul Reed, Wayne Dessertine, Bob Fawcett, Nancy Eunson, Don 
Cook, Dennis DeOme, Robert Crook, Gene Moore, Brad Flinders, David Hansen, Marc Thurrell, Robert Collins; Ann Delfino, Jan Shaw, Sharon Ozsvath, 
Paula Simpson, Jane Gilman, Penny Johns, Frances Sullivan, Corriene Corrall, Robin Rogers, Diane McGrath, Karen Draeger, Gina Umanita, Pam Eikelboom 
Cyndi Gaylord; Bruce Lercl, Lance Johnson, Laurel Amsden, Steve Munzing, Anna Lipofsky, Lawrence Ward, Kevin Kieley, Richard Therrien, Roderick 
Houle, Gleen Glatfelter, Richard Duncan, Gary Sharpless, Steve Miwch, Eric Bowlby, Mike Snider, Bill Elias; William Johnson, Gary Roy, Joseph Oleskey, 
Christopher Haines, William Tomlinson, Daniel McDonnell, Peter Baxter, John Andrews, Ed Reardon, Tom Mraz, Jim Kirchoff, Mike McPherson, Walter Foy, 
Neal Phelps, Ray Mireault. 



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Bottom to top: Diane Markward, Joannie Little, Patti Conley, Peter Milley, Kim Greenbaum, Judy McCabe, Laurel Vickers, Pam White, Denise Palumbo, 
Jamette Dessertine, Debby Porter, Karen Buckley, Cheri Jacks, Debbie Bonnevie; Sherman Primmerman, Joseph Lima, Stephen Gallant, Mike Bursey, Wayne 
Thomas, Mark Redman, Fred Wilkins, Don Dupire, Carl Huencfeld, Mark Zizza, Greg Herald, Paul Emerson, Frank Battaglia, John Arden, Deborah Cashin, 
Crispin Estlow, Paul Keough, Bud Lute, Paul Lovering, Larry Payne, Lee Jenkins, Robert Beyrand, Sandy Genetti. Janice Silva, Kathy Martin, Patti 
McMahan, Joanne Smith, Ghislaine Kelly, Nancy Clark, Holly Schafer, Sue Davis, Mam Morrison, Leah Higgins, Dawn Diehard, Anne Monger, Janet Rose, 
Barbara O'Connell; Stephen Derdiarian, Elizabeth Bergstrom, Kim Lenz, Johanna Schwerin, Sue Nindel, Janet Connet, Melissa Scholz, Cindy Lord, Susan 
Kenny, Gary Fogg, James Payne, Robert Beatley, Debbie Rue, Bill Vance. Sarah Davis. Terry Dee Gretchen Karrer Robert Amato; Martha Brown, Janet 
Cramer, Lawrence Evans, Bob Sachs, Keith Cooper, Mike Gerdes, Ramsey Bahrawy, Eileen Goguen, Terri Roloff, Guy Grassi. Mark Burmeister, Lloyd Quist, 
Gary Winkler, Doug Pfeiffer, Patrick McMahon, Jim Owens. 



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Bottom to top: Patty Spencer, Eleanor Belyea, Maren Sternberg, Karen Fuller, Karin Prugnarola, Phil Beecy, Ann Grandinetti, Patti Socorelis, Joann 
Morrison, Patti LaFlamme, Mike Cormier; Paul Buckley, Douglas Karlson, Mark Glennon, Dan Bourcy, Robert Doherty, Michael Olmstead, Joey Materna, 
Harold Seal, Murphy McGovern, Al Milligan, David Saunders, Eddie Forsythe, Harold Ruseell, Paul Kelly, Bill Bush, Charles Iovino. Johanna O'Brien, Hedy 
Galbraith, Danine Durgin, Paula Marshall, Cammie Foley, Linda Burke, Beverly Selby, Nancy Pittman, Linda Crook, Jean Ballou, Nancy McMahan, Susan 
Ramsay, Jackie Robidoux, Debbie Rivet; Doug Houston, Denise Middlebrook, Susan Kennison, Brenda Cullington, Gail Maunder, Carol Pearson, Connie 
Hanley, Karen Moore, Timothy Johnson, David Kingman, Charles Barrett, Alan Sutkus, Katherine Joy, Kevin Cloutier, Danny Nelson, Dale Emery; Neeraj 
Nigam, David Thurlow, Patrick Dishman Don Knickle, Douglas Thurlow, Stephen Beaumont, John Sandy, Bert Goodwin, Richard Stevens, Frank Bumbarg, 
Joseph Montalto, Brian Santos, Stephen Pike. 



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Bottom to top: Melissa Weaver, Dianne McKie, Nancy Johnson, Linda Larsen, Barbara Barrett, Emily Hall, Joan Rice, Carol DeCaprio, Debbie Milley, Susan 
Buccini, Laurie Lindskog, Lisa McManus, Nancy Harvey, Terry Rowland; Mark Roy, Marty Palmeri, Ann Burrows. Carolyn Hanson, Mark Mudgett, James 
Harrison, Frank Belt, Harry Spooner, Alison Chase, Cathy Donner, Nancy Hill, Debbie Lisbon, Sandy Walker, Joe Golomb, Michael Wyman: Randy Wilkins, 
Mike FitzMaurice, Bruce Dempsey, Robin Winslow, David Blacksmith, Andrew Taylor, Doug MacArthur, Morman Mix, Jon Lazaris, Chris Bradley, Kevin 
Duffy, Yon Van Woren, Billy Sickles, Corey Robinson, Ken Spiewak, Brian Olighan: Janice Carter, Janet NcNamara, Elvire Reitz, Cheryl Lund, Shirly 
Federico, Kathy Schnitger, Lu Anne Collella, Laurie Sherman, Diane Giannetta, Teresa Watson, Rosalyn Clark, Regina Strickland, Sheila Muldoon, Sigrid 
Adler; Jimmy Dee, Jack Heflin, Doug Irwin, Robin Mireault, Marcia Ellis, Cindy Hanman, Michael Goss, Mike Campbell, Keith Bernard, Ricky Opam, Peter 
Hampe, Gary Pharris, Pam Himmingson, Bruce Hartwell, Chip Edgar, John Cormier; Chuck Marshall, Alan Beauchesne, Tom Eliopoulos, Dana Redman, 
Garry Sparks, Jack O'Rourke, Thomas Allen, George Ruetenik, Bill Blomquist, Paul Joy, Michelle Murphy, Ricky Cambell Dennis Songin, Jimmy Lewis, 
Bradley Russian, Joe Kleber, Barbara DuBary. 



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Bottom to top: Shelly Fitzgerald, Joanne Carroll, Robin Greenley, Amy Meehan, Domma Bailey, Judith Church, Irene O'Neil, Elaine Herlihy, Julie 
Tremblay, Kathy Leary, Susan Janek, Kathryn Nelson, Lee Ann Simons, Peggy Filios; William Siegal, Diane Hansen, Kathy Huffman, Barbara Gaylord, 
Martha Norkunas, Kimberly Peters, Debra Strickland, Cary Antill, Jim Grigsby, Donald Stowell, Diana Minty, Sue Dorey, Karen Callahan, Nancy Bergin, Kim 
Downing, Rita Jardy, Marsha Brock, Doug Mildram; Kehne Moeller, Terrence Cassidy, Tim Rebitzki, Raymond Claflin, Cris Hersom, Allen Marshall, David 
Ryder, John Ferrillo, Henry Donigan, Randy Bedingfield, Peter Cross, Mark Lyons, Kenneth Dill, James Inglis, Craig Hollenbeck, Terry O'Toole, Winthrop 
Hayes, Paul Leiby. Susan Barry, Barbara Fields, Vicki Coleman, Joanne Coules, Kathleen O'Connell Vera Powers, Marion McGrath, Nancy Riley, Wendy 
Maddox, Debbie Hulbert, Amy Schimelfenyg, Sheri Waley, Laura Konkle, Heidi Karrer; John Kennedy, Marcia Southwick, Mary Ellen Murphy, Kim Tusps, 
George Koulic, Liz Michaud, Anne Ahern, Karen Latizi, Bill Tybolt, Donald Benoit, Elaine Sandblom, Julie McKenna, Sharom McAuliffe, Diana Minassian, 
Jean Summerlin, Jere Ramsey, Bill Allman. Chuck DePriest, Toss Hobbs, Kevin Ahern, Brian Mooney, James Goldie, James Shlitz, Steven Order, 
William Alliaon, John Shipley. Barre Norman, David Flynn, Rick Brown, Mark Woodworth, Wade Tucker, Chris Ebacher, James Lewis. 



Bottom to top: Judi Marchesini, Janet Cardinale, Shelley Orey, Kay Forte, Sue Mercurio, Debbie Giaccarini, Marilyn Nawoichik, Michael Ward, Gilbert 
Betterton, Brian Lyons, Dawn Houer, Debbie Tyler, Susan Quinn, Barbara Tynan, William Fischer, Joe Nazzaro, Peter Ferrick; Michael Mayou, Michael 
Payne, Michael Farrell, Marc Robinson, Stephen Dorsdik, Bob Svensson, Bruce Coleman, Thomas Kee, Thomas Rose, Patricia Shippey, Linda Ball, Jamie 
Vaughan, Maria Scherrer, Patty LaGasse, Diane Ciak, Connie Adkins, Kathy Browne; Bob Harris, Jim Mulligan, Priscilla Page, Judy Robinson, Karen Prewitt, 
Marianne Berry, Ellen McGrath, Sheila Hayes, Lillian Falcione, Kristina Simone, Eddie Brady, Mike Rooney; Kari Madley, John Keough, Bobby Mann, 
Stephen Jepsen, Andrew Demetriou, Bob Eatom, Dave Miramant, Michael Carr, Paul Bertoni, Richard Wesniger. 



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Compliments of 



PURITY'? 
SUPREME 

(THE "ONE FOR SAVINGS "SUPERMARKET") 



Open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 





BEDFORD FARMS 
ICE CREAM 

Since 1880 



Congratulations 

from all 
of us and 
sincerest 
wishes for future success. 



THE: 



MITRE 



CORPORATION 



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Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1970 
from 



BEDFORD DIVISION 



SA A 



SANDERS 

ASSOCIATES, INC. 



'Creators of new directions in electronics" 



BEDFORD REAL ESTATE 

BENJAMIN R. SEARS, REALTORS 

99 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS 
275-8540 



CHARLES STEFANELLI 

CIGARS-CONFECTIONERY 
ICE CREAM-TONICS 
GROCERIES 



I 



275-0035 



275-9868 




GENETTI'S 



PACKAGE STORE 

107 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

275-6579 



BEDFORD CLEANERS 



BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 



In memory of our son 



JAMES W. DILLEN 



LEON HAIR STYLIST 

GREAT ROAD SHOPPING CENTER 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

Hairstyling for the Discriminating Woman 

275-9743 

OPEN EVENINGS 



Best wishes to the 
graduating class of 1970 



Lexington Federal Savings 

131 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 

* 

1840 MASS. AVE. LEXINGTON 

* 

BURLINGTON MALL, BURLINGTON 
* 



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BEDFORD FUNERAL 
HOME 



Compliments of 



167 THE GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD 
(opposite The Bedford Shopping Center) 

—air conditioned— 

tel. 275-6850 

G. WILLIAM CLARK, JR., DIRECTOR 



INSURANCE 
BY 



BUBIER-RILEY 
AND HODGESS 

BEDFORD & MAYNARD 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1970 



DOMINE MANSE 

PROFESSIONAL 
BUILDING 




■JOE 



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Best of Luck to 
the Class of 1970 



DILLEN FUNERAL HOME 

BEDFORD, MASS. 
275-7706 



Compliments of 



MANDI'S GIFT SHOPPE 



TEL. 275-6161 

JON'S HAIR STYLISTS 

WE SELL and SERVICE WIGS and HAIRPIECES 
363 E. GREAT RD. BEDFORD, MASS. 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 
1970 



DAVIDSON'S 
PHARMACY 



RICHARD A. DAVIDSON, B.S., R.P.H. 

76 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 



PURDY STUDIOS 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 



367 Boylston Street • Boston, Mass. 021 16 



DOM'S 
SERVICE STATION 

DOM PALMERI 
314 GREAT ROAD 
275-9756 



FRANK J. HENNESSY 




and COMPANY 


Compliments 




of 


REALTORS & 


PALMERI'S 


GENERAL INSURANCE 




AGENTS 


FLOWER 




SHOP 


78 GREAT ROAD 




BEDFORD 




275-8600 





SERVICE 



,1 WE 
SELL 
USED 
CARS 
TOO! 



LANE MOTOR SALES CORP. 

39 NORTH RD - BEDFORD, MASS. 01730 
At Junction of 4 & 225 Phone: 275-8000 



sales VOLKSWAGEN 





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Television - Stereo - Furniture 




WALCOTT SALES AND SERVICE, 


CENTER SHOE SERVICE 


INC. 






Prompt and Reasonable 


48 GREAT ROAD, BEDFORD, MASS. 


Portable Radios & Phonographs 


BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 


275-7570 





Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1970 



BLAKE'S 
NEWS STORE 



compliments of 

BLUE RIBBON DAIRY 

186 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 

275-7261 
"Milk From Selected Farms" 



GOULD 
MOTORS, 
INC. 



AUTHORIZED 
DEALERS 




CHRYSLER 

MOTORS CORPORATION 



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BELLE ISLE 


KIELEY & SCOTT 
INC. 

FUEL OILS 
OIL BURNERS 


SKATING SCHOOL 


54 LOOMIS ST., BEDFORD 


BOILERS-FURNACES 
MAINTENANCE-SERVICE 


275-8820 


275-6858 
369-2558 



Compliments of 

FAMILY PASTRY SHOP 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 

275-7679 

cakes & pastry for 
all occasions 




HAIR STYLIST AND WIG SALON 

326 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD 

275-7366 



BOWEN'S 

TOYLAND & HOBBY CENTER 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

275-7210 



BEDFORD 


A. W. CLIFFORD, REALTORS 


CENTER MARKET 


130 The Great Road 


The Friendly Store 


Bedford, Mass. 




275-7147 


275-6257 





"Brand Names at Low Low Prices' 



MARSHALL'S 



SELF-SERVICE DEPARTMENT STORES 

BEDFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
275-8483 

CHELMSFORD SHOPPING CENTER 
256-2501 



TONY'S 
BARBER SHOP 

363 GREAT ROAD 
IASI PARK 



OX BOW 
GARDENS 

Best Wishes to 
The Class of '70 



160 



BEST WISHES 
TO THE 
CLASS OF 1970 




BEDFORD POLICE 
ASSOCIATION, INC 




162 



1 



Compliments of 



PENNELL & THOMPSON, INC 



REALTORS 




Compliments of 

BEDFORD PACKAGE STORE, INC. 

93 Great Rd. 
Bedford, Mass. 



SHOEMAKER INC. 

aluminum combination windows & doors 
porch enclosures 
aluminum siding 

SHOEMAKER & JENNINGS INC. 
driveway and industrial paving 

74 Loomis Street 
Bedford 
275-9300 



POLEO'S 
BARBER SHOP 

BEDFORD CENTER 
275-9705 




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To the 1970 graduating class: 



Congratulations to all of you on the successful completion of your high school educa- 
tion. This step is vitally important to your future. Now strive to continue your education 
by whatever means are available to you, whether it be college, evening courses, on-the- 
job training or military schooling. Persevere, and you shall succeed. 



n 



Crosby Drive, Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 



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SHERWIN WILLIAMS 



GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 



DODGE'S TIRE CENTER 

180 GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 
John B. Dodge 

275-0768 

275-9759 




CREATIVE 
INDUSTRIAL 
PHOTOGRAPHY 

BLACK AND WHITE 
AND COLOR 



js><a<2e; p^t© 

33 OLD BILLERICA ROAD BEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS 01 730 617275 9065 



AMERICAN 
NATIONAL RED CROSS 

BEDFORD CHAPTER 
Always there with your help 



MIMI'S POODLE PARLOUR 



Grooming and Bathing 
By Appointment 



EMILIE SHERMAN 224 CARLISLE RD. 
275-6296 BEDFORD, MASS. 01 730 




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THE FUN PLACE TO SHOP FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 




Daily 



GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 
BEDFORD 



Salon de Tante 

275-7020-275-9719 
BEDFORD SHOPPING 
CENTER 
BEDFORD, MASS. 

SPECIALIZING IN: 
Style cuts . . . color . . . 
perms . . . wigs . . . 

wiglets . . . falls 
manicures: by app. 
. . Tues.-Sat. Eve. . . . Thurs.-Fri. 
MANAGER: MR. PAUL 



BUILDERS 

SPECIALTY 

and 
HARDWARE 
CORPORATION 

DOORS 

LUMBER 

WINDOWS 
• 

BUILDERS HARDWARE 
Bedford Branch 
275-7655 




SILVER 
by 

REED & BARTON 
GORHAM 

TOWLE 
HEIRLOOM 
LUNT 
at 

BEDFORD JEWELERS 

in 

THE GREAT ROAD 
SHOPPING CENTER 

S 275-7056 
275-7056 



Best Wishes to the 
Class of 1970 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM 



THE DONOVAN 
COMPANY, INC. 

Realtors 



138 THE GREAT ROAD 
BEDFORD, MASS. 



BEDFORD, MASS. 



A 



363a (8r?at Snail 



275-7774 



NEW ENGLAND NURSERIES 

Growers of Quality 

Nursery Stock 
for over 80 Years 
Garden Center 



Concord Rd. 
Bedford 



Route 62 
275-7220 



SCHOOLCRAFT S STATIONERY inc. 

OFFICE - SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
a/ld EQUIPMENT 



Bedford Shopping Center 
J. Harold Schoolcraft 
275-1233 



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From learning laboratories 

to lunar missions . . . 

Raytheon makes things happen. 



A high school student dials a les- 
son and learns at his own pace . . . 
A housewife prepares a meal in 
minutes in her microwave oven . . . 
A submarine listens for intruders 
in the deep ... A seismograph crew 
explores for oil beneath an African 
desert. 

A radar scans the skies and a 
supersonic missile stands ready if 
needed ... A new petrochemical 
plant takes form against a Louisi- 
ana sky ... A phone conversation 



is carried by microwaves across the 
Andes to a remote area of Ecuador 
... A tiny computer guides an 
Apollo spacecraft from orbit to on- 
target splashdown. 

These are but a few of the re- 
sults of Raytheon technology at 
work around the world. 

Today, Raytheon is an interna- 
tional science-based company 



employing over 50,000 people. 
Common threads of technology run 
through and weave together the 
company's diverse and growing 
businesses in both government 
and commercial markets. 

At Raytheon, our future is both 
exciting and challenging. We hope 
that your future holds a full mea- 
sure of excitement and challenge 
too. Perhaps you will find it with us; 



4^ 



Congratulations to the class of 1970. 
from Raytheon's Bedford Laboratories. 
Whatever your immediate plans - college 
armed forces, or a job - you may 
want to consider a long-term future 
here with us, where you can continue 
your education, in our part-time 
accredited college program, in con- 
junction with your career development 



An Equal Opportunity Employer